Latest Health Care News, Updates and Events from Virginia Premier

New Broker Resource Center is Live

The all-new Broker Resource Center is live on VirginiaPremier.com! This website, designed to help maximize your sales efforts, offers plan documents, a search tool to locate providers, member benefits, covered medication, and more! The Broker Resource Center also provides plenty of materials to help you get started. It includes a

New Broker Resource Center

The time to access the all-new Broker Resource Center is almost here! In just 2 weeks, you’ll have digital tools to help you make your sales, which include: Engagement materials Broker Portal access Request Support Form The Broker Resource Center can be found on virginiapremier.com. Stay tuned for more information

Tap into the new Broker Portal this summer

The countdown is on for when Virginia Premier brokers can access an all-new Broker Portal. Its key features enable you to: Lead management and application submissions Book of business reporting Commission reporting Training materials will also be provided to help you navigate the systems. Stay tuned for more information on

New Broker Portal is Coming This Summer

You asked for it. We answered! Virginia Premier brokers will soon have access to an all-new Broker Portal and Broker Resource Hub, providing an enhanced experience and self-service tools to help make your job easier. Training materials will also be provided to help you navigate the systems. Below is a

Easy Access to Your Individualized Care Plan

All members currently working with a Virginia Premier case manager and have an Individualized Care Plan completed, will now be able to view the Care Plan in the member portal on the Virginia Premier website. To access your Care Plan on the Virginia Premier website: Select your health plan, Medicare

Consumer Directed Attendant Care-Paid Sick Leave Update

The 2021 General Assembly passed HB2137 requiring employers of home health workers to provide paid sick leave benefits to essential employees who work an average of 20 hours per week or 90 hours per month. The Virginia Medicaid agency is in the planning phase of this important benefit for home