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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan intends to give more than 180,000 individual policyholders a 30-percent credit on their health premiums this fall.
The COVID-19 pandemic created what Kelly Hirko calls a “massive shift” in health care.
When it enters the West Michigan commercial health insurance market in 2021, the state’s third largest health plan will offer both large group and small group policies.
The premium credits Priority Health and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan are providing small employers this summer stem from lower medical claims after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan reports a surge in the number of physicians now offering telehealth visits for patients.
GRAND RAPIDS — Priority Health’s first quarter net loss in its HMO business stems from what’s described as a “quirky” accounting adjustment required under state regulations.
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Citing lower claims, Blue Cross Blue Shield offers 30-percent credit to small business policyholders
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan plans to give small businesses and other policyholders rate relief this summer as a result of lower medical claims during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Strong investment income lifted earnings in 2019 for the state’s two largest health insurers, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Priority Health.
After extending into Kalamazoo in 2019 and preparing for a Newaygo County location this spring, Tandem365 wants to grow further.
Forming a Medicare Advantage plan with Mercy Health gives Health Alliance Plan of Michigan a position in West Michigan that will lead to the company offering commercial health coverage in the market, MiBiz has learned.
GRAND RAPIDS — Spectrum Health has committed $7.5 million to a new Chicago-based venture capital fund that backs emerging heath care technologies.
Rates that Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan charges small businesses for employee health coverage would increase modestly and in some cases decline for policies renewed in the second half of 2018.
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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Priority Health remain committed to selling individual health policies on the state’s public insurance exchange, even as a chief competitor opts to drop out of the market for next year.
The losses health insurers in Michigan incurred last year on individual policies led to the large rate increases proposed for 2018 and moved the market to a “very delicate point,” according to one industry analyst.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan attributes a “modest” $68 million loss for 2015 to one-time charges to settle litigation and losses in its heavily-subsidized Medigap supplemental policies for Medicare recipients.