Enhanced Offerings Provide Businesses Greater Access, Choice, and Flexibility.
Albany, NY (Vocus) October 19, 2009 -- In a continuous effort to develop products and services designed to give New York employers greater access to a broad array of employee benefits, CDPHP® announces several enhancements to take effect in 2010 pending New York State Insurance Department approval.
Total CDPHPSM is the health plan's comprehensive benefits solution. This suite of products now includes national network offerings, a three-in-one plan, an expanded health incentive program, and enhanced health promotion and wellness integration.
"Total CDPHP provides opportunities for employers to incentivize healthy behavior and reduce medical costs," said Brian J. Morrissey, senior vice president, marketing, and chief marketing officer (CMO), CDPHP. The program includes an array of value-added programs that assist members in taking control of their health.
With Total CDPHP, employers can choose from a full spectrum of CDPHP products--including EPO, PPO, transitional EPO and PPO, HMO, high deductible PPO and EPO, and self-funded options--for companies of various sizes and budgets. All plans include fully covered preventive care services and worldwide coverage for emergency care.
For January 1, 2010, CDPHP is adding dozens of more affordable plan options, including 10 new prescription drug riders. In the exclusive provider organization (EPO) category, CDPHP is adding a high deductible product that can be paired with a tax-advantaged health savings account (HSA).
National Network Offerings
Beginning in 2010, most CDPHP Universal Benefits,® Inc. plans will include coverage virtually anywhere in the nation as part of the base benefits.
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