Dental and vision coverage are two of the most-requested benefits1 and provider networks are a key ingredient to the plan’s success. We’ve built one of the largest dental networks in the Mid-Atlantic2 and the vision network is an industry leader. Members have access to more than 29,000 dentist listings and 5,000 vision providers regionally and more than 290,000 participating dentist listings and 50,000 vision providers nationally.
Our full-time professional services staff ensures that our dentist networks are continually growing. Dominion continues to be exceptionally successful at recruiting new providers due to its attractive compensation formula and unique recruiting techniques.
Select Plan dentists must attend a provider seminar or a personal meeting in their office before being accepted. This ensures compliance with plan procedures and their familiarity with Dominion’s administrative policy. As a result, network retention is maximized and plan administration is a positive experience for both doctor and patient.
The Dominion Quality Assurance (QA) Program and Complaint Procedure has been filed with the appropriate State Departments of Health. To ensure absolute accuracy and integrity of results, a third-party QA contractor performs our provider office reviews. Our contractors are licensed dentists with at least 10 years of experience, not auxiliary personnel. Scoring is detailed, consistent and objective.
Dominion provides access to one of the country's leading vision networks. Choose from more than 50,000 provider listings including private practitioners and optical retailers such as Wal-Mart, Pearle Vision, Sears Optical, J.C. Penney, For Eyes Optical, Hour Eyes and Target Optical.3
1 LIMRA (2009) A subtle shift: Examining employee benefits in the midst of economic uncertainty.
2 Dominion National Competitive Network Survey, 1st Quarter 2016. Participating dentists are subject to change. Mid-Atlantic includes D.C., Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
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