Many of us enjoy a drink now and then, but drinking too much can endanger your health and safety, as well as the safety of others. National Alcohol Awareness Month is a good opportunity to start “rethinking your drinking.” Continue reading
It’s time to get your employees revved up for planting season. Research shows that foods that are homegrown are likely to have more nutrients, and the people eating them are more likely to make better food choices as a result of the effort. Continue reading
Volunteering is a win-win opportunity.
People enjoy giving their energy to others, especially when doing so with friends or co-workers. Continue reading
We’re going straight to the source to find out what employees love about Health Net—and what we could do better. A Net Promoter Score® survey rolls out to members with group coverage next week. Continue reading
You have probably heard of the power of positive thinking. To make life less stressful and more healthful at home and at work, try the power of positive self-talk. Continue reading
Health Net, Inc. has agreed to provide more than $1 million in grants to “safety net” health and dental providers in California to help them enhance the quality and scope of services they provide their patients, many of whom are low-income. Continue reading
The American Heart Association’s Heart Walk 2016 is fast approaching. Here’s what you need to know for walking success. Continue reading
Health Net has posted the following information on our Member Pulse blog and our social media channels of Facebook and Twitter. Please feel free to share this with your employees who are Health Net members.
Health Net providing access to essential prescriptions during and after the emergency
Health Net is taking steps to help ensure that Health Net members who are victims and evacuees of the Erskine Fire in Kern County, California, have access to essential prescriptions and critical Health Net information.
All children – regardless of immigration status – will now be eligible for Medi-Cal health benefits.
For the first time, health care coverage is on its way to approximately 170,000 low-income children in California whose immigration status is undocumented.
As of May 1, 2016, children under 19 years old will be eligible for full-scope Medi-Cal health benefits regardless of their immigration status. Continue reading