Oscar Health extended your Florida broker bonus eligibility AGAIN!
Oscar Health extended your Florida broker bonus eligibility AGAIN! We’re extending your Florida broker bonus eligibility through June 1st, 2021 to align with the federal SEP time frame, so there’s even more time to hit the next tier of your Oscar bonus!
Every individual and family member, you’ve enrolled through a 6/1
effective date whose premiums have been paid through June, will
contribute to a potential uncapped bonus on top of your commission. See below for our bonus rates and click to learn more about our updated bonus program.
Many of the approximately 8.9 million people who qualify for financial help* know the value of health insurance but may not know they qualify for the financial support available. With your help, we can reach the uninsured and bring them the protection and peace-of-mind an Ambetter health plan can provide.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (BCBSTX) is excited to announce that we have a new bonus program for special enrollment period (SEP) sales. This bonus is separate from and in addition to the 50/50 bonus program announced last fall .
CVS-Aetna Branded Obamacare Plans Target 8 States For 2022 Launch CVS Health is looking to sell individual coverage with the “CVS-Aetna” brand on exchanges under the Affordable Care Act in up to eight states for 2022. Citing better market conditions and quality low priced health plans it can offer. CVS Health’s Aetna health insurance unit left the ACA’s exchanges four years ago under prior Aetna management along with other insurers that were unable to manage rising costs of uninsured patients signing up for such coverage. CVS explained the company is just now working with insurance regulators and submitting plans and rates to offer individual coverage under the ACA, which is also known as Obamacare after President Obama. CVS isn’t yet disclosing the states it plans to offer these plans, executives confirmed Tuesday. The CVS-Aetna move back into the ACA individual business comes under a more supportive White House under President Joe Biden, who was Obama’s vice president when the ACA