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Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Open enrollment season is officially here. Once again, employers and individuals are searching for health insurance plans that offer great coverage and high-quality service. At Network Health, we know that by meeting the needs of our members, we are working toward our mission to create healthy and strong Wisconsin communities.
The Hometown Advantage: Quality and Familiarity
I joined the Network Health sales team over 18years ago, and I immediately realized the culture is different from other places I’ve worked. The phone calls from members never feel like conversations with strangers because they aren’t. These are people from the same town where I’d grown up, asking questions about the hospitals, doctors and care options that I’ve used in my own life. Not only can we answer their Medicare and health insurance questions, but we’re members of the same communities where they work and live.
This familiarity still resonates years later, and I believe it’s this sense of community that defines Network Health’s hometown advantage not only for myself, but for our members as well.
Network Health’s 2020 Insurance Plans
Everyone needs medical coverage, but that doesn’t mean that insurance plans should look the same for everyone. Quite the opposite, actually. Our members deserve plans that not only take care of them, but also give them the care options, network access and provider support they need to optimize their health.
All our insurance plans, whether they are for an individual, a family, a Medicare member or a business, are designed to be flexible, competitive and inclusive.
Individual & Family Plans – These plans are for those who don’t have access to health insurance through their employer, recently turned 26 and left their parent’s insurance plan, are self-employed or are retired and not yet eligible for Medicare. We have a variety of individual and family plans that ensure you have the local coverage options you need. Our 2020 plans have lower premiums than 2019 along with new, enhanced benefits vision, dental and additional fitness benefits. Individual and Family plan members will also have access to our new Patient Assurance Program*, which allows members with insulin-dependent diabetes to access a 30-day supply of preferred (tier 3) insulin for $25 dollars.
*The Patient Assurance Program is not available to transitional grandmothered and grandfathered plan members.
Employer Plans – Employers need to find cost-effective plans for their employees that prioritize quality care. Network Health’s insurance plans for small and large businesses offer Wisconsin-based employers competitive pricing in a network of high-quality doctors, hospitals, clinics and specialists so employees don’t have to go out of their way to get exceptional care. Additionally, our growing number of health and wellness programs provide informative resources, classes and community events so participants can optimize their health in fun and engaging ways.
Medicare Advantage Plans – For individuals who are aging into Medicare, or looking to renew their Medicare coverage, Network Health offers several plans options that meet people’s unique needs. All our plans include support like local customer service, on-site clinical pharmacists, health coaches and care management nurses that can address health and wellness needs. Our dedicated sales teams are also available to answer questions about plan options, and to help navigate the enrollment process.
No matter what you’re looking for this enrollment season, Network Health is here to help you find the right plan for you. Visit networkhealth.com to find additional information about our health insurance plans.
HMO plans underwritten by Network Health Plan. POS plans underwritten by Network Health Insurance Corporation or Network Health Insurance Corporation and Network Health Plan. Self-insured plans administered by Network Health Administrative Services, LLC. Y0108_2817-01-1119_C