We pioneered tailored networks, allowing us to deliver affordability without compromise in quality or benefits. Our SmartCare network offers enhanced value for the health of California large group employers and employees.
SmartCare is built to flex and grow over time to match the evolving needs of your clients’ businesses. Effective 7/1/17, we’re excited to offer SmartCare in Placer County — marking another strong opportunity for you to generate more sales!
Enhanced value with SmartCare
SmartCare puts all the pieces together to deliver the value your groups and their employees want, including:
A trusted community-based network – SmartCare is built on a tailored network of trusted, high-quality provider groups and hospitals.
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 their productivity.
Quoting now available
Quoting is available in all our SmartCare service areas:
Alameda, Contra Costa, Kings, Marin, Napa, Orange, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma, Tulare, Yolo
Fresno, Kern, Los Angeles, Placer, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego
Sales tools are available for our SmartCare network. Visit our www.healthnet.com/broker Forms and Brochures page for Large Groups to view and download the materials.
Learn how SmartCare Network can help you sell more. Call your local Health Net sales consultant today!
- California 2018 Small Group rate updates
- IRS extends deadlines for provided forms 1095-B and 1095-C to recipients for tax year 2017
- Health Net commercial medical claims submission address changing Jan. 1
- Covered California and Health Net extend deadline to Dec. 22 for a Jan. 1 effective date
- Health Net providing assistance to Southern California wildfire victims and evacuees