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Covered CA’s Open Enrollment has now come to an end.  To qualify for special enrollment it must be triggered by a ‘qualifying life event.’

Anthem Blue Cross
Pay by Telephone855-634-3381 -- Have your Subscriber ID or Social Security number
Pay OnlineProvided on invoice
Pay by MailP.O. Box 9041, Oxnard, CA 93031-9041 -- Add Case # to payment
No Invoice Received?855-634-3381

Blue Shield of California
Pay by Telephone855-836-9705 -- Have your Subscriber ID or Social Security number
Pay Online
Pay by MailP.O. Box 60514, City of Industry, CA 91716-0514 -- Add your Certificate Number from your Invoice to payment; add your invoice stub
No Invoice Received?855-836-9705 -- Have your Social Security Number available
Chinese Community Health Plan
Pay by Mail445 Grant Avenue, #700, San Francisco, CA 94108 -- Add your invoice stub
Pay in Person w/Check827 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133 -- Add your invoice stub
Pay in Person w/Cash845 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94133 -- Add your invoice stub
No Invoice Received?877-224-7808
Contra Costa Health Plan
Pay by Mail or in Person595 Center Avenue #100, Martinez, CA 94553 -- Add Case # to payment
No Invoice Received?800-957-2247
Health Net
Pay by Telephone1-800-839-2172
Pay by MailP.O. Box 60515, City of Industry, CA 91716-0515 -- Add Subscriber ID to payment
No Invoice Received?888-926-4988
Register and Pay Online
Kaiser Permanente
Pay by TelephoneHave Account number, invoice number, and subscriber from invoice available. Northern California - 866-475-3920 | (Spanish) 866-733-7787 Southern California - 866-450-5648 | (Spanish) 866-733-7775
Pay by MailP.O. Box 7192, Pasadena, CA 91109-7192 -- Follow the directions on your invoice
No Invoice Received?Northern California - 866-475-9320 | (Spanish) 866-733-7787 Southern California - 866-450-5648 | (Spanish) 866-733-7775
L.A. Care Health Plan
Pay by Telephone855-270-2327 (TTY/TDD 1-855-576-1620) -- Have your Case # or Social Security Number
Pay Have your Customer and Invoice Number
Pay by MailL.A. Care Covered; P.O. Box 515389, LA, CA 90051 -- Add Case # to payment
No Invoice Received?855-270-2327
Molina Healthcare Inc.
Pay by Telephone888-858-2150 -- Have your Case # or Social Security number
Pay by MailP.O. Box 7010, Pasadena, CA 91109-7010 -- Add Case # to payment
No Invoice Received?888-858-2150
Sharp Health Plan
Pay by Telephone800-359-2002 -- Have your Case # or Social Security number
Pay by MailP.O. Box 57248, Los Angeles, CA 90074-7248 -- Add Case # to payment
No Invoice Received?800-359-2002
Valley Health Plan
Pay by MailLos Angeles Lockbox, County of Santa Clara, PO Box 740300, Los Angeles, CA 90074-0300 -- Only taking money orders and checks - follow directions on invoice
No Invoice Received?888-421-8444
Western Health Advantage
Pay by Telephone888-442-2206 -- Have your WHA ID #, or Social Security number
Pay by MailTo the address shown on the invoice: WHA, DEPT 34668, PO Box 39000, San Francisco, CA 94139
Pay in PersonAttn: Premium Accounting, 2349 Gateway Oaks #100, Sacramento, CA 95833
No Invoice Received?888-442-2206 -- Have your WHA ID #, or Social Security number

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Recent News

SeeChange exiting CA marketplace

SeeChange Health Insurance has recently announced that they will be withdrawing from the California market effective January 1st, 2015.  Regardless of the group’s renewal date, coverage with SeeChange Health Insurance will end at midnight Dec. 31st, 2014.  All groups that are currently enrolled with SeeChange need to have a transition plan in place as soon as possible.  We have already reached out to our current SeeChange client base and welcome any new clients in need of assistance to contact our team via phone or email.

Covered CA Update – 9/10/14

Statistics show that 58% of individuals eligible for a health care subsidy enrolled in 2014, leaving the other 42% to enroll come November 15th.  We expect there to be another hectic open enrollment, and recommend individuals to renew or enroll at their earliest convenience.

Covered CA individual renewals begin in October, and the new open enrollment period is from Nov. 15th through Feb. 15th, 2015.  Overall, rates will go up an average of 4.2% statewide in comparison to 2014; however, subsidies should increase more than enough to compensate, which will leave a net result of lower premiums to the consumer.  It still may be beneficial for individuals to shop rates with different carriers as each circumstance is different.  As always, we are here to assist you to the fullest capacity, simply reach us via phone or email.

Some individuals can renew by simply continuing to make their premium payments, others may still need to provide individual proofs, such as income verification.  In either case, we will be reaching out to all of our individual clients to keep them enrolled.  If you are a new client. our team of agents welcomes you to take advantage of our services.

Grandmothering – What is it? And who does it affect?

Governor Brown has signed into law SB 1446, the ‘grandmothering’ bill.  The bill was unopposed and passed through both Houses in the CA legislature and is in effect immediately.  Below are a few key points that outline what is now allowed under the bill:

  • The bill allows a small employer health care plan in effect on Dec. 31, 2013, and is still in effect as of the date the bill was signed (July 7th, 2014), and that does not qualify as a grandfathered health plan under the Affordable Care Act, to be renewed until Jan. 1st, 2015, and continue to be in force through Dec. 31st, 2015.
  • These plans must be amended to be in compliance with the ACA guidelines as of Jan. 1st, 2016
  • Small employer group policies must still include many ACA and state based mandated benefits such as:
    • Preventative healthcare without co-pays or deductibles
    • No lifetime caps on benefits
    • Maternity care
    • Coverage for autism
    • Elimination of gender discrimination on setting premiums
  • This bill is not a mandate and employers are not required to keep their current plans in place
  • The bill does not address rates, so premiums for these plans may increase