Delta Dental of California Features Virtual Dentistry
The six optometric practices that VSP Ventures has acquired include:
Landmark Healthplan is offering a 20% commission on first-year groups, and 10% in subsequent years. Selling ancillary benefits like chiropractic and acupuncture is a great way to boost your revenue. It also addresses one of your clients’ greatest concerns – the struggle to maintain quality health benefits amid rising costs.
MetLife entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Versant Health, which owns Davis Vision and Superior Vision. “The transaction will make MetLife the third-largest U.S. vision insurer by membership. MetLife has offered group vision insurance since 2012 and will serve roughly 38 million members with the addition of Versant Health.
Through CoPower, you can offer MetLife’s attractive new enhancements for August 1, 2020 to February 1, 2020 effective dates.
Delta Dental has announced that all plans will receive a one-month premium holiday for September 2020. (Qualifying groups must be effective on or before June 2020.) Additionally, all groups renewing from August 2020 through July 2021 will receive a two-year rate pass.
Broker commission payments will not be affected by this action!
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, VSP® network providers are welcoming patients to their practices with enhanced sanitizing protocols and new ways of ensuring the comfort and well-being of patients. As of July 3, 2020, there are now 26,610 VSP providers offering routine eye care throughout California.
VSP® EasyOptions is the industry’s first vision plan that lets employees and their family members choose from a variety of upgrades at the time of service. VSP members get access to care from great eye doctors and quality eyewear at low out-of-pocket costs.
Delta Dental plans have become even more attractive with value-adds that go beyond dental care. Enrollees now have access to preferred pricing on hearing aids and LASIK services.
Mental illness is rarely discussed in the workplace. But it’s one of the top causes of worker disability in the United States, according to a report from Unum. In fact, 62 percent of employees have experienced a period of feeling mentally unwell. These statistics reveal how challenging it can be to address mental health at work: