If you participate in a health plan—through an employer or otherwise— you are likely eligible for free, over-the-counter COVID-19 tests for home use. Depending on your plan, your COVID-19 tests will be paid for directly by insurance, or you will be reimbursed later.
IRS Reduced the Family HSA Contribution Limit, What Now? + New W-4 Form HSA Family Contribution Limit Reduced The IRS has lowered the [...]
ALERT: Blue Cross 24/7 Online Healthcare 2018 Changes & FAQs Cathy Siska Chief Operating Officer Blue Cross and Blue Care [...]
Carriers have begun to announce that they will no longer cover the brand name EpiPen® (epinephrine injection, USP) 0.3mg and EpiPen Jr ® (epinephrine injection, USP) 0.15mg, due [...]
Health insurance carriers have been announcing they will be making refunds of a small percentage of 2015 premiums to some large and small groups and individuals because of lower-than-expected medical [...]
Have you tried a virtual doctor visit yet? You can see a doctor in minutes from anywhere you can access a phone, mobile device, or computer*. With 24/7 access Blue [...]
In light of recent events causing data breaches that may impact customers of Blue Cross Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network, and Premera Blue Cross, [...]
On June 9th, BCBSM announced that they are allowing an extension for a transition of companies with 50 to 99 employees into ACA-compliant plans. According to the Vice President [...]