Medicare Supplement Insurance in Texas, like all other traditional forms of coverage does have rate increases and I dislike them as much as you do. BCBS seems to have some of the most stable rates in the industry, where some carriers have pounded the rates some 10 and 12% these guys have not exhibited that type of behavior. They actually experienced a rate decrease this last October which was a pleasant surprise to most seniors. Of course there is no way of knowing what may or may not happen from one year to the next so yes, they could raise rates soon, but so far so good.
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Generally, the first issue is money. What can you afford, and will that be sufficient for the needs of you and your familyc The Options Plan offered by BCBS is the most economical pick. This BCBS plan has a high deductable but lower premiums. For qualifying members the plan can result in greater savings as a Health Savings Plan provides some medical expenses tax free. Members can choose their own doctor, and there are options for those under 65 and medically eligible. This BCBS Option Plan offers flexibility for the changing dynamics of a family. Your independent insurance agent is prepared to help you decide if this is the right plan for you.
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State Roundup: Mich. Gov. Proposes Making BCBS A Tax
Detroit Free Press: Recast Blue Cross Blue Shield As A Tax-Paying Insurance Company, Snyder Proposes Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan would no longer be exempt from about $100 million a year in state and local taxes but would be subject to more streamlined and speedier rate reviews and approvals under legislation proposed today by Gov. Rick Snyder. The nonprofit health insurer would also pay $1.5 billion over 18 years into a separate nonprofit aimed at tackling issues such as obesity and infant mortality to improve the health of all Michigan residents, Snyder said at a news conference. Snyder is proposing legislation that would make BCBS a mutual insurance company while maintaining its nonprofit status. Blue Cross Blue Shield issued a statement saying it is open to considering the proposal. Attorney General Bill Schuette issued a statement saying the proposal needs a thorough review. Snyder said the special status accorded BCBS under 1980 legislation as the “insurer of last resort” is outdated (Egan, 9/11).
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina recently discovered that it mistakenly mailed claims information as part of a welcome kit to a small number of new BCBSNC members. The information included claims for medical services received about 10 years ago and affects approximately 100 individuals. See our notice for more information.