Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan
When shopping for individual health insurance in the state of Michigan, your first stop should be at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan. Their service to the residents of the state began in the 1941 and has continued to flourish with strong principles of integrity and leadership. BCBSM has a mission to provide access to quality health care through affordability and that means working to keep costs down so more residents can benefit. As of March 2011, BCBSM has the largest network of health care providers in Michigan.
In your search for an individual type of health insurance, you know it is important to find insurance that fits your set of unique needs. Blue Cross of Michigan offers a broad range of health plans for both individuals and individuals with families.
BC/BS of MI Individual Health Plans
Individual Care Blue (PPO)
Offers the BCBSM extensive PPO network of health care providers for added cost savings, with no deductible for hospital, medical, or surgical services, a prescription drug plan, and no coverage on office visits.
Blue Cross Traditional
Allows you complete freedom to see any doctor you want. There are several levels of coverage within this plan and it also offers several optional plans.
Blue Preferred (PPO)
Delivers an encouragement to its policyholders to use the BCBSM network because, in doing so, they pay very little out-of-pocket costs.
Medicare Supplement Plan A†
Offers inpatient coverage up to 365 days, while not paying Medicare deductibles or co-insurance for skilled nursing facilities.
Medicare Supplement Plan C
Pays all deductibles and all co-insurances.
Medicare PLUS Blue™
A Private Fee-For-Service plan which combines Medicare Part A and B with a supplemental benefit package.
BCBS of Michigan
P.O. Box 230495
Grand Rapids, MI 49523-0525
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A Medicare Advantage plan is a health plan provided through a private insurer and delivering Medicare Part A and Part B benefits. A Part D Drug plan is a prescription drug plan provided through a private insurer and delivering Medicare Part D benefits. A Medicare Supplement plan is a health insurance plan provided by a private company that fills in the “gaps” in original Medicare coverage. The sales agent that will be discussing plan options with you is either employed or contracted by an agency that sells Medicare plans, a Medicare health plan, or a Medicare prescription drug plan that is not the Federal government. Submitting our form does NOT affect your current enrollment, nor will it enroll you in a Medicare Advantage plan, Medicare Prescription Drug plan, Medicare Supplement plan or other Medicare plans.