Web accessibility is ensuring that there is nothing to prevent the use of, or access to, websites on the World Wide Web by people who are disabled. Health Net is always working to improve your access to our website. If you run into any issues using our website, please contact us. Also, please try the correct link below to help make access to our website better for you.
Accessibility features in your browser
All modern browsers include many features to make the web better to use, such as the option to "zoom in" on a web page. To learn more about the features of your browser, please select a link below.
- Learn about accessibility features on Google products
This includes the Google Chrome browser.
- Learn about accessibility features in Microsoft Edge
- Learn about accessibility features in the Mozilla Firefox browser
For accessibility features in the Mac OS X Safari browser, please refer to accessibility features in Mac OS X computers.
Accessibility features in your operating system
The Windows operating system and the Mac OS X operating system both offer accessibility features. Tools that allow you to turn on "high contrast mode", or to have the computer read web page text aloud. To learn more about the accessibility features of your computer, please select a link below.