Pennie News & Updates
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Important Open Enrollment Deadline Reminder
Thank you for your support and dedication so far with providing Pennsylvanians health insurance coverage through Pennie! We are over a month into Open Enrollment and we wanted to send a reminder that the first deadline is quickly approaching; December 15 is the last day customers can enroll in a plan for coverage that will begin January 2021. Read more.
Career Opportunity at Pennie
Pennie is searching for a new Chief Operating Officer. Read more.
Coronavirus Vaccines May Be Free, But You Could Still Get A Bill
Whether you get a coronavirus vaccine this month or any time in 2021, you won't have to pay to receive it. The federal government is shouldering much of the cost in distributing the vaccine, and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is taking further steps to make sure all Americans have access to the vaccine at no cost once it's available, the government organization has said. Read more.
CVS Health Partnering With Government To Administer Coronavirus Antibody Therapy
CVS Health will work with the Trump administration to administer a limited supply of a COVID-19 therapy to patients at risk for serious illness or complications from infection. The agreement is part of a pilot program that allows CVS Health to administer bamlanivimab, a monoclonal antibody therapy given through an IV, to patients in their homes or at long-term care facilities. Read more.
Geisinger | Commercial Bulletin: December 8,2020
In this edition: Pharmacy name changes, SBC updates, 1095 and 1094 forms and more. Read more.
Have you met Oscar?
Oscar is one of the newest additions to our long list of health insurance carrier partners this year. They offer personalized health care that meets your clients needs, and boast a 4.5/5 average member satisfaction rating. Read more.
UPMC | Individual Advantage Updates
Pennie, (Pennsylvania's new marketplace for individual health insurance coverage), requires the primary tax filer to be listed as the subscriber on all individual/family policies. If the primary tax filer was already listed as the subscriber, they were not affected. If the primary tax filer was listed as the spouse in 2020, they have been switched to the subscriber for 2021 and the old subscriber will now be listed as the spouse. Read more.