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The Health Dividend® Difference

The Health Dividend® Program puts you at the forefront of re-engineering health care. 

As a Health Dividend® Partner, you provide consumers the opportunity to be acknowledged for their efforts, improve health outcomes and reward them financially.

The Health Dividend® Partner Network Advantage

As a Partner in the Network you are distinguished among the best in your profession.  You will be giving consumers an opportunity to experience customized health care with financial rewards that can only be obtained when visiting Partners in the network.

Monthly Recurring Revenue

Create a subscription model where customers pay upfront for your services on a monthly basis for a specified period of time.

Grow Your Customer Base

Attract new consumers who appreciate the opportunity to be acknowledged and rewarded financially for spending time with you. 

Health Care is personal. Consumers look for professionals who can provide integrated care aimed at improving their health outcomes.

Consumer Motivation

  • Using the Health Dividend® Partner Network rewards consumers financially through employer benefit programs, Core Insurance Group, or redemption opportunities within the Network.
  • Select insurance plans provide consumer                reimbursements for select services offered by Network Partners

Join a network of like-minded professionals who are making a difference in consumer’s health

Contact us to learn more about becoming a Health Dividend® Partner

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Accident Insurance

 

What it is

Injury prone? Weekend warrior? Accident insurance can pay a benefit directly to you. It can offset the high cost of co-pays, deductibles and other expenses your medical insurance doesn't cover.

 

What it covers

From an ambulance ride to a fractured arm to a stay in the hospital, the plan you sign up for could cover a multitude of scenarios, such as broken bones, dental work, hospital admission and transportation.

 

What it costs

The price will vary depending on the plan; however, protecting yourself may cost as little as a couple of cups of coffee a week.

 

What it will pay

The benefit paid out will be based on the covered injury or related services. Your plan will have a set payment for each injury or related service. For example, if an accident occurred and you needed to take a trip to the hospital, your benefit includes a set lump-sum amount for an ambulance ride, emergency room visit and the hospital stay.

 

What it may exclude

It will be clear in the policy what is not covered by your benefit. For example, if you are injured as the result of certain dangerous activities, you most likely wouldn't be eligible to receive a benefit.

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Cancer

 

What it is

Cancer insurance pays benefits to help pay for some of the direct medical and indirect non-medical costs related to cancer diagnosis and treatment. It can help pay for expenses that your health plan isn't designed to cover, such as deductibles, coinsurance, and travel to and from cancer treatment centers. Most plans offer family options to help protect your spouse or children, as well.

 

What it covers

Plans usually provide benefits for certain medical procedures, such as radiation/chemotherapy, anti-nausea medication and experimental treatment. Additional coverage may be available to purchase in the form of riders. Benefits can be used to cover a variety of expenses, including things such as rehabilitation costs, wellness insurance co-pays and deductibles, experimental and/or optional medicine, out-of-network expenses, travel and child-care costs, or simply helping to replace a portion of lost income. It also provides coverage for a set group of cancer screening tests, such as Pap smear, mammography, PSA (blood test for prostate cancer) and colonoscopy.

 

What it costs

The exact price will vary depending on your coverage decisions and it may be more affordable than you think.

 

What it will pay

The benefit amount paid out will be determined by the policy. Your plan will list the payment amount for each covered procedure.

 

What it may exclude

Your policy will specify any exclusions.

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Critical Illness

 

What it is

Critical illness insurance offers you a lump-sum benefit when you are initially diagnosed with a serious condition. Certain plans also include options for extended benefits for cancer treatment. It can help pay for expenses that your health plan isn't designed to cover. Most plans offer family options to help protect your spouse or children, as well.

 

What it covers

Plans usually provide coverage for a set group of illnesses, such as cancer, a heart attack or stroke. The benefit can be used to cover a variety of expenses, including things such as rehabilitation costs, wellness insurance co-pays and deductibles, experimental and/or optional medicine, out-of-network expenses, child care costs, or simply helping to replace a portion of lost income.

 

What it costs

The price will vary depending on your age, current health condition, and the amount of insurance you purchase. The earlier you purchase the insurance, the lower it will cost. On average, your weekly cost could be as little as $3.

 

What it will pay

The lump-sum amount paid out will be determined by the policy. Your plan should list the payment amount for each condition covered.

 

What it may exclude

Your policy will specify any exclusions. However, an example of when you would be excluded from receiving the benefit would be if the illness was the result of participating in an illegal activity.

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Disability

 

What it is

Disability insurance is protection for the thing that matters most—your ability to earn an income. Sometimes referred to as income protection, this insurance can replace a portion of your income if you are unable to work for a few weeks or months because of an illness, injury or childbirth.

 

What it covers

Disability coverage may replace anywhere from 40%-70% of your income, depending on the plan you select. From maternity leave to a back injury or recovery time from a serious illness, disability benefits protect you through a range of different life events. The length of time the benefit covers will vary by policy, so make sure you get the full details when signing up.

 

What it costs

The exact price will vary depending on your age, salary and coverage decisions, but it may be more affordable than you think. And, the earlier you purchase insurance, the lower the cost.

 

What it will pay

The amount you receive will depend on your policy; however, a typical plan will pay you approximately 60% of your monthly salary.

 

What it may exclude

Your coverage may exclude particular conditions, or exclusions may apply if the definition of disability is not met as noted in your policy. Your policy will specify all exclusions.

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Hospital Confinement

 

What it is

Hospital Confinement Indemnity Insurance can help fill the gaps when you have unexpected health care expenses. With medical costs on the rise, you may be faced with having to pay more for things that your health insurance won't cover.

 

What it covers

This type of insurance can help cover the cost of your deductible, coinsurance, and other out-of-pocket medical expenses.

 

What it costs

The exact cost will vary based on your age and the benefits you select.

 

What it will pay

Hospital Confinement Indemnity Insurance may provide benefits for medical expenses as the result of hospital stays, surgical procedures, diagnostic procedures, health screenings, doctor visits and emergency room visits.

 

What it may exclude

 

Your coverage may exclude pre-existing conditions, specifically named injuries or sicknesses, and conditions that arise from a prohibited act. Check your policy for all of the specific exclusions and limitations.

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Vision

 

Plan Focus® Vision $180/$180

 

Vision network provided by:

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To find a VSP provider nearest you please visit VSP.com for the most recent provider list.

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Telehealth

 

Who are the doctors?

 

We use a physician networks throughout the United States. Our network includes practicing primary care, pediatrics, family, and emergency medicine physicians. All of our doctors are licensed in the state where patients are located and have incorporated telehealth into their practice to provide convenient access to quality care.

 

When to use Telehealth

 

·       For non-emergency medical issues and questions

·       During or after normal business hours, nights, weekends and holidays

·       You live a significant distance from your primary care physician

·       Your primary care physician is not available

·       If you need a prescription or emergency refills*

·       Traveling and need medical care

·       24/7 and unlimited access to US-based, licensed physicians via phone, video chat, or email.

 

What if I need a prescription?

 

The physician network has the ability to diagnose a prescribe medications to the discretion of the doctor. With over 60,000 pharmacies available, your prescriptions are sent to your pharmacy of choice as soon as your consultation is over*.

 

* IMPORTANT: physicians will not issue prescriptions for substances controlled by the DEA, for non-therapeutic use, and/or those which may be harmful (potential for abuse or addiction).

 

Monthly Rates

Individual $9.00

Individual + Spouse $9.00

Individual + Child(ren)$9.00

Individual + Family$9.00

 

Telehealth network provided by: hy

 

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