Effective at renewals and for new contracts beginning August 1, 2012, Blue Cross of Idaho will provide coverage with no cost sharing for specific preventive health services for women.
If you have any questions about these benefit changes, please select this link or contact your local Blue Cross of Idaho District Office.
Healthcare reform affects everyone differently. As Blue Cross of Idaho continues to analyze the new law, we will post relevant frequently asked questions so you can better understand what healthcare reform changes to expect. These questions and answers are informational and not the equivalent of legal advice. Consult legal and tax experts to understand how the law will affect your individual or business circumstances.
How does reform impact the relationship between Blue Cross of Idaho and doctors, hospitals and other providers?
Blue Cross of Idaho will continue its strong partnerships with doctors, hospitals and other providers to ensure wide access to affordable, high-quality care.
What is Blue Cross of Idaho doing to improve the cost of care?
When payers, providers and government work together, people get better healthcare and lower costs. For example, in Idaho, Blue Cross of Idaho partners with the state to subsidize a vaccine for children program offering vaccinations to children at reduced costs.
Where can I get more information?
We will continue to refresh this website as information becomes available so return periodically for updates. The following links also offer some additional resources.