Blue Cross

Some articles on blue cross, blue:

Massachusetts Health Care Reform - Outcomes
... In 2012, the Blue Cross Foundation of Massachusetts funded and released in April research that showed that the 2006 law and its subsequent amendments ... The Blue Cross funded research did not address the increased costs in premiums for employers and individuals or other market dynamics – such as increased providers ... this combination of a larger than anticipated effect on the state budget (see 2012 Blue Cross research compared to Governor Romney's proposal to the Medicaid Commission in 2006) because of the ...
Blue Cross Blue Shield Association - Details On Specific Organizations - Pennsylvania
... Though historically "Blue Cross" was used for hospital coverage while "Blue Shield" was used for medical coverage, today that split only exists for traditional health insurance plans in eastern ... However, Independence Blue Cross, like most of its sister Blue Cross-Blue Shield companies, cover most of their customers under managed care plans such as HMOs and ...
Anthem Blue Cross
... Anthem Blue Cross is a major US ... It is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association based in Thousand Oaks, California ...
Premera Blue Cross - History
... On March 14, 1969, the company's name was changed to Blue Cross of Washington and Alaska ... In 1994, Blue Cross of Washington and Alaska affiliated with Spokane's Medical Service Corporation, which had been founded in November 1933 ... In June 1998, the two organizations merged under the name Premera Blue Cross ...
History Of Insurance - Health Insurance in The United States
... The Baylor plan was a forerunner of later Blue Cross plans ... began offering pre-paid surgical/medical benefits in the late 1930s Blue Shield plans ... Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans were non-profit organizations sponsored by local hospitals (Blue Cross) or physician groups (Blue Shield) ...

Famous quotes containing the words cross and/or blue:

    The cross of the Legion of Honor has been conferred on me. However, few escape that distinction.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    Little Boy Blue,
    Come blow your horn,
    Mother Goose (fl. 17th–18th century. Little Boy Blue (l. 1–2)