Blue Cross plans

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Blue Cross plans:

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prepayment plan providing services or cash indemnities for medical care needed in times of illness or disability. It is effected by voluntary plans, either commercial or nonprofit, or by compulsory national insurance plans, usually connected with a social
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Members in Blue Cross plans leveraging subsidies were awarded an average monthly subsidy of $377.
We continue to rank in the top 10 Blue Cross plans nationwide in terms of financial reserves.
By 1946, more than 20 million Americans had enrolled in state wide Blue Cross plans for hospital care.
With so many families already affected by rising costs, I was very disturbed to learn through media accounts that Anthem Blue Cross plans to raise premiums for its California customers by as much as 39 percent.
Clients including Blue Cross plans, HMOs and State and Managed Care Medicaid payors use these solutions in medical economics, internal audit and provider relations departments as well as investigation units to improve productivity, efficiency and interdepartmental communication in order to maximize bottom-line savings.
Analysts called it a warning to Blue Cross plans across the country not to try to auction themselves off to hospital chains or other well-heeled bidders outside the Blue Cross system.
The company serves Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield (and its subsidiaries), several other Blue Cross plans throughout the country and several other health services delivery firms.
Pacific Blue Cross, is a not-for-profit service organization, and a member of the Canadian Association of Blue Cross plans, an association of independent Blue Cross Plans across Canada.
Greg Anderson, BCBSM vice president of Corporate and Financial Investigations, joined the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association in announcing Blue Cross plans across the country collectively had prevented more than a half-billion health care dollars from being wasted on fraud in 2009.
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