Health Net of Arizona has been named number one in HMO in the state for the ninth consecutive year!
Health Net of Arizona, Inc. is proud to announce that “Ranking Arizona,” the largest annual business opinion poll in Arizona, has named Health Net of Arizona, Inc. the number one HMO in the state for the ninth year in a row.
“We are proud to be voted Arizona’s number one HMO for the ninth consecutive year, said Bret Morris, president of Health Net of Arizona. “Our associates are committed to helping make health care work for the people of Arizona, and it is wonderful to hear that our community believes us to be the ‘best of the best’ in what we do.”
“Arizona businesses have great respect for ‘Ranking Arizona’ and know that it’s a huge honor to be voted ‘best of the best’ among businesses and consumers throughout our state,” said Sheri King, sales director for AZ Big Media. “Congratulations to Health Net of Arizona for its impressive winning streak.”
“We are grateful for the continued support of our partners – members, providers, brokers, employer groups and our employees,” said Morris.
About Health Net of Arizona
Health insurance products issued in Arizona by Health Net Life Insurance Company, a subsidiary of Health Net, Inc. (NYSE: HNT), are administered by Health Net of Arizona, Inc. Together, Health Net Life and Health Net of Arizona serve approximately 186,000 members and offer a wide spectrum of health care plans and specialty services, including coverage for vision, dental, life insurance, chiropractic and alternative medicine. Products include: employer-sponsored plans (HMO, PPO, POS and indemnity); Medicare Advantage plans; individual and family plans (HMO and PPO); and access to a national provider network for PPO and POS products.
- Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) annual survey process underway at Health Net
- Arizona small group rate updates
- IRS extends deadlines for provided forms 1095-B and 1095-C to recipients for tax year 2017
- Arizona Small Business Group underwriting guidelines effective Jan. 1, 2018
- Health Net commercial medical claims submission address changing Jan. 1