Health Net’s Drug Lists are updated quarterly and available online.
Health Net 101 is a fun new collection of online member education resources that make it easier for you to help your clients become better informed about health coverage so they get the most value. Continue reading
Here at Health Net, we want our members to use their benefits, so they can be their healthiest! We’re starting to reach out to a select number of small group plan members, members who we feel will gain the most value, with an invitation to take a Health Risk Questionnaire (HRQ) and visit their doctor—and sweetening the deal with a $50 gift certificate.
Throughout 2016, Health Net of California and Health Net Life Insurance Company (Health Net) will send mailers to a select number of small business group plan members.
California Brokers – SBG/LG Amendment to EOCs – Maximum Allowable Amount Update
Effective September 15, 2016
Approximately 7,000 members will receive the following letter/amendment.
Maximum Allowable Amount is the amount on which Health Net bases its reimbursement for Covered Services and Supplies received from an Out-of-Network Provider, which may be less than the amount billed for those services and supplies. Health Net calculates Maximum Allowable Amount as the lesser of the amount billed by the Out-of-Network Provider or the amount determined as set forth herein. Maximum Allowable Amount is not the amount that Health Net pays for a Covered Service; the actual payment will be reduced by applicable Coinsurance, Copayments, Deductibles and other applicable amounts set forth in this Evidence of Coverage.
We created the following video for Health Net members who have a PureCare HSP health plan! View it here!
Age 40 is a momentous age for many people. It’s a time when there are some distinctive mind and body changes – differences that have much to do with metabolism, skin and hair. Thankfully, resiliency is also known to surface around this time! Age, in fact, affects the eyes, too.
The Q3 Washington SBG Rate Guide is now posted to the WA SBG Broker Forms and Brochure portal for your reference. The new rates are effective July 1, 2016 through September 30, 2016.
If you have any questions, please contact your Health Net Account Executive.
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All Western Region Brokers
Effective immediately – Social Security Number required for all Individual & Family Plan (IFP) off-exchange applicants.
As you may know, Health Net needs a Social Security number (SSN) for everyone enrolling in IFP health coverage. This includes spouses or Registered Domestic Partners and dependent children. This is necessary so that we can provide members with verification of coverage for their tax return, as required by the Affordable Care Act.
For Arizona Brokers
Making it easier to do business with us is what we’re all about at Health Net of Arizona, Inc. and Health Net Life Insurance Company (Health Net). That’s why we’re so jazzed to bring you the new Small Group 2.0 Census Enrollment tool!
Hot off the drawing board, the census enrollment tool increases accuracy — no more misreading handwriting — to speed underwriting and enrollment.
Health Net Health Plan of Oregon, Inc. – Washington Group Contract Update
Health Net will be issuing a mailing to Washington group policyholders to inform them of updates to the Maximum Allowable Amount definition for Out-of-Network covered services. The revisions are fully described in the attached “Contract Update Endorsement” documents but are summarized here for your reference. There are two versions of the updates, one for 2015 contracts and one for 2016 contracts. The changes are effective July 15, 2016.