Reduce Your Carbon Footprint with Electronic Commission Statements

With electronic commission statements, you can see your commissions any time, from any device. This is good for your business and good for the environment:

See your commission payment information within hours of when Health Net runs the monthly statements—instead of waiting a week or more to get a paper statement in the mail.

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California Large Group Sales Organizational Announcement

A message from Larry Tallman, Chief Sales Officer

In keeping with Health Net’s commitment to our trusted business partners, we want to ensure you receive relevant and timely information regarding the progressive changes at our company.

Two of our most respected and successful Large Group Sales leaders in California, Steve Young, Vice President of Sales and Account Management (Huntington Beach office), and Barbara Sipe, Director Sales (Woodland Hills office), have announced their plans to retire from Health Net. It will be a change for all of us, and we certainly thank them for their many contributions to Health Net over the years! We wish them well as they move into the next phase of their lives.

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Preventive Care That’s Easy on the Wallet

Many screenings are covered at no cost under the Affordable
Care Act

In charge of your healthHere’s a quick update about preventive services provided at no cost under ACA.

We’re talking about services that can help improve and, in some cases, save lives – services such as blood pressure screenings, mammograms, many types of vaccinations, and many children’s screenings.

Feel free to share this update with your clients!

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How Much Help Do Your Aging Parents Need?

helping aging parentsAs your parents get older, chances are they’ll need your help more often – whether it’s with physical chores, organizing life’s affairs or managing finances.

The Daily Living Needs list below can help you gauge how much help your aging parents need. As a first step, assess whether each task requires no help, occasional help, regular help, or professional help. If possible, consider a team approach to caregiving.

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Health Law Has Helped Insure 16.4 Million

A total of 16.4 million non-elderly adults have gained health insurance coverage since the Affordable Care Act became law five years ago this month – a “historic” reduction in the number of uninsured, the Department of Health and Human Services said.

Those gaining insurance since 2010 include 2.3 million young adults aged 18 to 26 who were able to remain on their parents’ health insurance plus another 14.1 million adults who obtained coverage through expansions of the Medicaid program, new marketplace coverage and other sources, according to HHS’ report .

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Colon Cancer: Preventable, Treatable, Beatable

ColorectalCancerAwarenessMonth_4x3Colorectal cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths among men and women in the United States. In fact, it’s estimated that – this year alone – some 137,000 Americans will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer, and another 50,000 will die from the disease. As startling as those statistics are, it’s even more shocking to learn these facts… Continue reading

Starting Line-Up and Enhanced Choice Portfolios

Updates and More Selling Opportunities: For California Large Groups

Starting line-upHealth Net of California, Inc. and Health Net Life Insurance Company (Health Net) are working to help renew your clients with coverage for 2015. The following updates to our Starting Line-Up (SLU) and Enhanced Choice portfolios will help us maintain compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and simplify administration.

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Snoozing as a Winning Business Strategy

Trying to wrap his head around this problemYou snooze, you lose.

The time has come to turn this well-worn expression on its head, particularly in the business world. Wave goodbye to the notion that hard-driving, sleep-deprived, Type A’s hold the keys to success. In fact, research has shown that inadequate sleep is costly from several perspectives, and it’s virtually a national epidemic.

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