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Important Messages from the PHBP

December 20, 2017



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What’s new in PHBP

December 28, 2015


​Stay tuned for the latest updates on PHBP benefits and services.
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What’s new in healthcare

December 28, 2015


What were the top medical developments in 2015? Stay tuned for updates on the most important news in healthcare.
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What is a “Commercial”?

March 28, 2018


What is a "Commercial"? PHBP contributions are due on all forms of advertising or promotion of a brand, product, or service (excluding music videos), regardless of the format with which it is created, or the medium with which it is distributed. Branded Content is a "Commercial." Advertising on the internet is still a commercial. It is the presence of an advertising or promotional aspect of a project that cements its classification as a "Commercial." Please email Sean Cooley at seanc@phbp.org with any questions.
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PHBP’s 2018 Open Enrollment Period Has Begun!

November 28, 2017


PHBP has expanded into Digital and Post-Production

June 28, 2017



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Healthcare Legislative Updates and How They May Impact You

May 24, 2017


Important ACA updates

February 23, 2017


2017 Open Enrollment Season Starts Soon!

December 01, 2016


UPDATE: PHBP HAS DISABILITY BENEFITS EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2016

July 05, 2016



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PHBP is going GREEN with Paperless Communications!

June 30, 2016


How PHBP and Anthem can help you make 2016 your Healthiest Year!

February 22, 2016


Dramatic Freelance Dependent Cost Reduction for 2016 Open Enrollment

January 03, 2016


We've kicked off Open Enrollment season for Freelancers with dramatic reductions to dependent costs. Premium amounts payable to Anthem increased by approximately 14.5% in 2016, but we're not passing the full increase along to our freelancers with dependents.
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Medical identity theft is a growing problem

December 28, 2015


Medical identity theft happens when someone steals your personal or health insurance information. They use it to get medical care, prescriptions, insurance payouts, even surgery. It’s a lot like regular identify theft. It can damage your credit rating. Cost you money and take time to clear up. Even hurt your chances to get some jobs. And it's happening more and more in the United States.
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Who We Are

December 16, 2015


Volume 1 – Participant Newsletter

August 21, 2014