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United Healthcare Service Fee Compensation Changes
by Susan Whitler » Tuesday, April 18, 2017 9:04 AM

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Broker Connection Special Edition

Service Fee Compensation Changes Announced for Georgia and North Carolina

As previously announced, UnitedHealthcare will no longer include commissions in premium for groups in the "large group" size segment in select states. In these states, as a convenience, we offer the service of collecting the service fee from the customer bill and paying it to the service provider.

In Georgia and North Carolina, we are moving to a non-commissionable basis for groups in the 51-100 employer market for fully insured medical business. (Self-funded, stand-alone ancillary and stop loss coverage are not affected by this transition.)

This change will be implemented for groups in the 51-100 employer market for new and renewing business starting on July 1, 2017. Compensation for all new cases in Georgia and North Carolina with effective dates on or after July 1, 2017, will be through a service fee. Existing cases in Georgia and North Carolina will convert to a service fee on their first renewal date on or after July 1, 2017.

These changes are being made as part of a broader effort to expand transparency and align with the current service fee compensation model in the 101+ employer market.

April 19 Broker Meeting Scheduled
Georgia and North Carolina brokers may attend a WebEx on Wednesday, April 19 at 11 a.m. ET. You may participate by clicking on the WebEx link: (Meeting Number: 828 228 523; Meeting Password: service). You may participate by phone only, by dialing (866) 216-6835 (Access Code 300350)

2016 UnitedHealthcare Producer Compensation Producer FAQ
Customer Handout
Billing and Collection Agreement/Exhibit
Broker/Service Provider Compensation Changes Checklist

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Aetna Funding Advantage plans* + Apple Watch
by Susan Whitler » Tuesday, April 18, 2017 8:58 AM


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Aetna Funding Advantage plans* + Apple Watch®,
starting with July 1, 2017, effective dates.



*Applies to Small Group Aetna Funding Advantage plans only.

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Starmark Introduces Reference Based Pricing
by Susan Whitler » Thursday, March 30, 2017 12:46 PM
     Regarding   »  Starmark

We are excited to offer Starmark Healthy Choices in South Carolina and Georgia.  Healthy Choices is a Reference-Based Pricing Level Funded Product designed to address rising healthcare costs for small to mid-size employers.  
This strategy has been leveraged by large employers to control costs and is now available for your small to mid-sized employers too!
Contact our Sales Team to learn more. 

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Free NC & SC C.E.
by Susan Whitler » Wednesday, March 29, 2017 1:43 PM
     Regarding   »  Met Life

Come and join the Rogers Benefit Group team for this Spring CE event. Free NC & SC CE’s, networking and lunch!

Please RSVP to Kathleen LaFleur; 980-349-7237 or