Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive

Products Archive


Iowa and Nebraska CUs Partner With CoOportunity Health

 Permanent link
DES MOINES, Iowa (7/15/13)--More than 40 credit unions in Iowa and Nebraska serving roughly 367,000 credit union members, or 25% of the total membership in the two states, have partnered with CoOportunity Health to offer health insurance options for individuals, families and businesses, starting this fall.
The announcement was made by the Iowa and Nebraska Credit Union Leagues.
Iowa and Nebraska credit unions will be the exclusive financial institution distribution channel for CoOportunity Health when open enrollment for health insurance begins Oct. 1. The partnership will give participating Iowa and Nebraska credit unions the tools to provide member outreach and education on healthcare reform while making CoOportunity Health's insurance options available to individuals, families and businesses.
Participating credit unions will provide member outreach and education on healthcare reform while making CoOportunity Health's insurance products available. The partnership also means credit union health savings accounts can be established when a prospect enrolls in a qualified high-deductible health insurance plan through CoOportunity Health.

PCUA Partners Teams Up With Digital Insurance

 Permanent link
ATLANTA (7/15/13)--The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association is partnering with Digital Insurance, an employee benefits-only agency.
Digital Benefit Advisors, the largest division of Digital Insurance, will work with PCUA to provide expanded resources, expertise and education for credit union members and their employees, helping them navigate the complexities of health care reform required by the Affordable Care Act.
"This new partnership will empower our members and their employees to make better health insurance decisions," says Jim McCormack, PCUA president/CEO. "With Digital Benefit Advisors, we will have access to a broader variety of carriers and resources, including tools that enable employers to free-up overworked human resources departments and better understand Health Care Reform."