Family Care Network has announced that starting on January 1st 2019, they will no longer be contracting with Soundpath Health nor Premera Blue Cross Medicare Advantage plans.
Overlake Medical Center has notified their patients that effective January 1st, 2019 that they would no longer be contracting with Regence Medicare Advantage HMO & PPO insurance plans. Overlake said that this change was necessary to "deliver the best [...]
Kenzie Nelson who joined our team in April 2018 was just promoted to the role of Licensed Insurance Specialist and Marketing Coordinator.
Looking for a fun family-friendly event while also supporting your community? Well look no further! VibrantUSA is partnering with Meals on Wheels for the second annual Meals on Wheels Rocks the Farm: Berries, Beats & BBQ on Saturday, July 28, from 4 – 7 [...]
Recently, Premera announced their acquisition of Soundpath Health’s Medicare Advantage contract which serves more than 20,000 Washington State residents. Under the terms of the proposed acquisition, Soundpath Health members would gain access to Premera’s [...]
VibrantUSA, an independent insurance agency focused on Medicare and health insurance, recently opened its fifth office in downtown Lynden. The Lynden office is at 504 Front St., between Blossoms and the office of Dr. David Dickson. Office hours are [...]
By April 2019, Medicare Beneficiaries will have received a new Medicare Card that utilizes a new Medicare Beneficiary Identifier instead of their Social Security Numbers.
Throughout November 2017, VibrantUSA pledged to donate $5 to the local Meals on Wheels program in Whatcom County for each client referral we received during the month. Now that we have had a chance to tabulate the results after a very busy Annual [...]
Under much fanfare, Congress passed a new budget on a bi-partisan basis. With the nature of how Washington seems to “work” these days, you can either view “bi-partisan” as a good thing or a bad thing. In this case, an agreement was reached because [...]
In an effort to slow down rising costs to the government, Congress passed the Medicare Modernization Act of 2003. This included a provision where Medicare Part B enrollees whose income fell above a certain threshold would have to pay for a greater share [...]