Among the plethora of benefits for practices with Premier Program status, Unity Savings is one of the most valuable. With the enhanced program set to roll out in 2020, certain aspects of Unity Savings will be changing as well.
Since much of what you may have come to expect is changing so soon, it’s critical to know what exactly is changing and how the program will continue to reward high-performing practices.
Unity Savings Eligibility
The biggest change to Unity Savings relates to who can reap the benefits of the program. As part of the new tier system of the Premier Program, only practices that achieve and maintain Platinum level will receive Unity Savings.
To check your current status and see where you need to be to qualify for Platinum, be sure to visit pathtopremier.com.
Changes to Enhancements
For the most part, the maximum dollar amount you can receive in Unity Savings remains relatively unchanged. You’ll still need to dispense lenses with TechShield Elite or TechShield Blue Anti-Reflective Coatings, and any SunSync Light-Reactive Lenses to get the most from Unity Savings.
The real difference pertains to how much will be paid out on each of these lens enhancements:
When you combine Unity lenses with SunSync Light-Reactive Lenses and TechShield Elite, you’ll earn more while providing your patients the best vision possible.
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Contact your VSP Ophthalmic Business Consultant or Global Business Development Manager with additional questions. Check out the updated Unity Savings/VSPOne Rewards combo flyer to learn more about the changes coming to both programs.
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