Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network are among the lowest priced health plans on Michigan’s Health Insurance Marketplace.
In a guest column published today in The Detroit News, Blues President and CEO Daniel J. Loepp writes that the Affordable Care Act requires that more benefits, including a host of preventive services, be included in all plans offered by insurers.
“Blue Cross is pleased to offer our coverage to people in every one of Michigan’s 83 counties. On Tuesday, Michigan’s 1.1 million uninsured people and small businesses will have the chance to choose from among many insurers competing for their business, and they may be able to leverage financial subsidies to help them buy health insurance.”
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is the only health insurer to offer coverage to people in every county in Michigan. The federally run Michigan Health Insurance Marketplace opened today at 8 a.m.
The Blues offer a total of 18 options for coverage for individuals. These products are available on the online Marketplace created by the health care reform law, through independent Blue-certified insurance agents and directly through BCBSM and BCN.
Below are the health plan pricing chart and current product offering map of Michigan.
For more information about health care reform, visit HealthCareReformBasics.com.