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Items Tagged with 'Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan'
BCBSM offers financial support for staff, training, equipment and other resources.
Michigan K-12 schools are invited to apply for an innovative and collaborative program intended to empower school leaders to take the first step toward building healthy school environments. Read More
Employers need to understand the specialty drug pipeline.
Look for pharmacy trends to be a hot topic of discussion for employers during 2015. Read More
Collaborative programs thrive on sharing detailed clinical data on all cases.
By pooling resources and working collaboratively, Michigan Blues and hospitals throughout the state are participating in health quality initiatives that the company believes have brought millions of dollars in savings to the medical table in Michigan. Read More
ACA enrollment online was lower than Priority Health anticipated.
Priority Health, one of 13 health insurance carriers offering plans on the new Michigan insurance online exchange, reported about 100 enrollees during October, the first full month of enrollment under the Affordable Care Act for insurance starting Jan. 1. Read More
Lots of time and money is spent on promotion, but who really needs coverage?
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan wants everyone to know it is the only health insurance company offering coverage in all 83 Michigan counties on the federal Health Insurance Marketplace that opened Oct. 1 — and it also brags about its low prices. Read More
Consumers across the state filed 3,184 complaints last year against insurance companies that do business in Michigan, according to a report released by the Department of Insurance and Financial Services late last month. Read More
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan has launched a website to help consumers in Michigan understand the federal Affordable Care Act and its impact on them. Read More
In response to the Affordable Care Act’s goal of reducing the number of uninsured Americans, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Mercy Health in Grand Rapids have announced that as of Oct. 1, residents of Kent, Muskegon and Oceana counties who don’t have employer-sponsored health insurance, or who are Medicare-eligible, will be able to buy insurance from Blue Care Network of Michigan that is “very affordably priced.” Read More