Earn 7% Commission With Anthem, Health Net Telehealth With Babylon, Mental Health Awareness Month, Updates, News & More
DICKERSON WEEKLY NEWS
Earn 7% Commission with Anthem, Including Vivity Plans
Get a 7% Commission for September 2022 effective dates on new medical business for the life of the case when you sell any new small group with 5 or more enrolled employees for September 2022 effective dates.
Brokers can get 7% for up to $1M annualized premium, then .8% above $1M. The group must stay enrolled in an Anthem Small Group ACA medical plan.
The broker bonus includes Vivity plans! Vivity has several of the top-ranked health systems, and members have access to some of the best hospitals, doctors and specialists at one of the lowest premiums in LA and Orange counties!
Members have their choice of which medical group they want for primary care but are not restricted to a particular medical group. Through Direct Access, members can refer themselves to dermatologists, OB-GYNs, and allergists in their medical group.
Contact your Dickerson Sales Rep for more information!
Health Net Offers No Added Cost Telehealth With Babylon App
Health Net now offers the Babylon app with appointments available at no cost to most members. Get 24/7 healthcare on your phone! Here’s what you get with the Babylon app:
- Book virtual appointments 24/7 for urgent care, pediatrics, mental and behavioral health, and more.
- Check your symptoms
- Get a prescription
- Access your current health
Click here to learn more about Babylon
Mental Health Awareness
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we have resources that raise awareness about the importance of caring for ourselves mentally and emotionally.
- Our Mental Health Resource Guide for Individuals highlights Apps, Podcasts, Webinars, YouTube Channels, and more to help with your mental health.
- Our Mental Health in the Workplace Guide can be a resource for employers. Learn how employers can develop a mental health strategy and how to measure its success.
DICKERSON INDUSTRY NEWS
California Opens Medicaid to Older Unauthorized Immigrants
California opened Medi-Cal to older immigrants residing in the state without legal permission. Unauthorized immigrants over age 49 who fall below certain income thresholds are now eligible for full coverage by Medi-Cal, California’s version of Medicaid, the federal-state partnership that provides health insurance to low-income people. Click here to read the full story.
US Pediatricians’ Group Move to Abandon Race-Based Guidance
For years, pediatricians have followed flawed guidelines linking race to risks for urinary infections and newborn jaundice. In a new policy, the American Academy of Pediatrics said it is putting all its guidance under the microscope to eliminate “race-based” medicine and resulting health disparities. Click here to read the full story.