The new 51–100 Choice offering from Health Net is officially a game changer! Featuring competitive plan flexibility and pricing structure, 51–100 Choice is an outstanding sales solution for brokers looking to ride a new wave of success. Primed to revolutionize the marketplace, this first-on-the-market offering provides employers with numerous plan choices tailored to groups of 51–100 eligible employees.
National Sleep Awareness Week (March 2 – 9) is designed to spotlight the importance of getting sufficient z’s.
Sleep needs vary across ages and are especially impacted by lifestyle and health. To determine how much sleep you need, it’s important to assess not only where you fall on the “sleep needs spectrum,” but also to examine what lifestyle factors are affecting the quality and quantity of your sleep such as work schedules and stress. To get the sleep you need, you must look at the big picture.
New Integrated HSA/HRA Product Offerings Now Available for Groups 51+
Building on a firm commitment to the success of your business, we’ve created new product offerings to deliver solutions to clients looking for greater flexibility and choice in their consumer-directed health care benefits.
Effective April 1, 2014, our Self-Funding product and fully funded high deductible health plan PPO products are being offered with integrated HSA/HRA account options through HealthEquity – a proven expert in financial arrangement and administration. Continue reading
Health Net’s first-on-the-market sales solution presenting big opportunities.
The new 51–100 Choice offering from Health Net has hit the ground running…fast! Powered by ingenuity and the flexibility to give employers choices tailored to groups of 51–100 eligible employees, this first-on-the-market portfolio has created great new opportunities to create new sales!
51-100 Choice: Win-win advantages!
Obama Administration Allows Insurance Credits For People Unable To Enroll Through Flawed Exchanges.
The AP reported that the Obama Administration recently issued a health law fix designed to assist floundering state-run health insurance exchanges, including Oregon’s.
The US Department of Health and Human Services announced that state residents unable to sign up through their respective state exchanges will still be allowed to receive Federal tax credits even if they purchased their policies outside of an exchange. Funds are available retroactively.
While this year’s Super Bowl was a scoreboard bust, it was a boon for Fox, which pocketed some $4 million for each 30-second-advertising spot. Whether those big bucks were well spent is debatable, but there’s no question that small-business owners must pursue marketing strategies that don’t come with Super Bowl price tags.
These marketing tactics can help your broker business and may also benefit your small business clients.
For California Brokers: Health Net now offering a new sales solution for groups 51-100: 51-100 Choice!
Need bigger opportunities to target new sales? Health Net is here to help you make it happen with our new 51-100 Choice portfolio!
51-100 Choice offers the best of both worlds to employers: flexible choices and composite rate simplicity. It’s the first-on-the-market portfolio tailored to groups with 51-100 eligible employees.
You may have heard of a living trust and wondered how it differs from a will and whether it’s something you should have. Feel free to share this information with your clients and staff.
A living trust is similar to a will in that it states what should happen to your property after you pass away. But a living trust is also a valuable tool long before you die because it directs how you want your assets managed during your lifetime.
Psychologically healthy workplaces promote employee health and well-being while maximizing organizational performance. According to the American Psychological Association, a psychologically healthy workplace consists of five elements: employee involvement, work-life balance, employee recognition, employee growth and development, and health and safety.
For the second time in a year, the Obama administration is giving certain employers extra time before they must offer health insurance to almost all their full-time workers.
Under new rules announced this week by Treasury Department officials, employers with 50 to 99 workers will be given until 2016 — two years longer than originally planned under the Affordable Care Act — before they risk a federal penalty for not complying.