Health Net is introducing the SmartCare portfolio of plans and popular tailored network into 14 new counties, effective January 1, 2016. This expansion takes SmartCare from 7 Southern and Northern California counties to 21 statewide! This means more opportunities for you to hit the ground running in 2016!
This network expansion – together with our whole-health option, predictable costs and user-friendly SmartCare plan designs – makes now the perfect time to take another look at Health Net. Quoting in our expansion areas will be available as of September 1, 2015, so please watch for more information in the coming weeks!
Click here to view a map of our SmartCare geographies for your reference.
Enhanced value with SmartCare
Our pioneering of tailored networks has allowed us to deliver affordability without compromise in quality or benefits. We’ve put all the pieces together to deliver the value your groups and their employees want:
Trusted community-based network (expanded for 2016) – SmartCare is built on a tailored network of trusted, high-quality provider groups and hospitals. With our expansion, more doctors, specialists and hospitals will be closer to where your clients need them.
Sustainable affordability – With simpler plan choices and a mix of copayment and coinsurance designs, SmartCare meets budgets and exceeds expectations. For even more flexibility, employers can offer SmartCare plans alongside other Health Net plans.
Well-being as a way of life – With SmartCare, your clients get benefits that make their employees feel valued, support their well-being, and sustain productivity.
If you have questions, please contact your Health Net sales consultant, or our Broker Services team at 1 800 448 4411, and choose option 4.
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