PPO Product Offerings for Large Group 101+: Golden Opportunity to Increase Sales

At Health Net, delivering affordable health care is our top priority, and we offer a strategic blend of benefit solutions to make it happen. We’re committed to a diversified growth strategy to the people and communities we serve – expanding our footprint and creating opportunities for you to increase sales! And, while our managed care products offer affordable health coverage during open enrollment, did you know that now is also a great time to sell our PPO products?



The PPO advantage

Our traditional PPO and HSA/HRA plans are supported by extensive medical and pharmacy networks, offering greater flexibility and choice.


For example, Health Net PPO members traveling within the United States have access to the First Health Network – available in all 50 states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico. Plus, our travel program provides PPO members with access to quality health care and coverage for urgent and emergency services anywhere in the world.



Flexibility throughout the West

In our Arizona region, our PPO sales are supported by a 10 percent rate reduction on all our HSA plans. We also offer an Enhanced HSA and Wellness Program, and an HSA broker bonus program.


In California, our PPO claims are processed fast – 94 percent1 within 10 business days! We also offer a PPO package to support sales.


And in the Northwest we offer traditional PPOs, high-deductible health plans and HSA plans grouped into families – So your clients can create the right balance between their health care needs and their budgets.


We remain entrusted to the health and success of your business, and our PPO plans represent many different levels of flexibility and consumer choice – helping you sell Health Net PPO products now and in the future.


As always, if you have any questions or would like more information, please call me or contact your local sales consultant.



Larry Tallman

Chief Sales Officer, Western Region

Large Group and Major Accounts

(818) 676-6543





1Data reported for January–October 2016.




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