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California/Nevada Leagues Team With Digital Benefits Advisors
ONTARIO, Calif. (8/30/13)--The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues are partnering with Digital Benefit Advisors to offer a private benefits marketplace to help credit unions manage their benefits costs and provide their employees with more options.
 
Digital Benefits Marketplace will be offered through the leagues' benefits solution site, CUVitality Marketplace.
 
The new partnership "will empower our members and their staff to make better health insurance decisions," said Diana Dykstra, leagues' president/CEO. "In addition, the Marketplace will become a true online storefront with a comprehensive range of policies and plans from multiple carriers, as well as a call center with licensed customer advocates to guide individuals through the selection process."
 
Offerings will include health, life, disability, accident, critical illness, long-term care, dental and vision insurance, along with other products and services. The private exchange will open Oct. 1 for plan dates effective Jan. 1.


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