“Junior Spartan Day” Encourages Fans to Dive Into #MIKidsCan Initiative
The Misty Blues all-women skydiving team – sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan in partnership with Michigan State University – will thrill fans of all ages when they jump into Spartan Stadium during “Junior Spartan Day”this Saturday. But they’ll also carry with them an important message specifically for younger fans: Start good habits early for a lifetime of health.
Talk To Your Doctor About Choosing Wisely©
Medical tests and procedures are important, and can even be life saving, but they also may expose you to risks and costs that are not necessary. Talk to your doctor about Choosing Wisely© with these questions.
Michigan’s Health Care Safety Net: Catching the Uninsured When They Fall
Today, Blue Cross hosted its fourth annual Safety Net Symposium, bringing together more than 250 leaders of these organizations to learn what’s new in policy and best practices for providing coverage and care for the underserved. What is a “safety net” and why does it matter? We asked Kim Krantz, senior health analyst at BCBSM.
6 Tips to Cut Down Your Health Care Costs
A typical American family of four covered by an employer-sponsored health plan spends more than $23,000 per year on health care. That’s a big price tag – especially when you tack it on top of the rest of our life expenses. The good news? Some of these costs are in your control. Here are some tips to reduce your person health-related costs.
Moonlight Yoga Lights Up Detroit Riverfront
The Detroit waterfront was recently aglow at Moonlight Yoga on the Riverfront, a unique twist on yoga classes. Throughout the moonlit evening, participants went through traditional yoga posses with 16-inch lighted batons and glowing jewelry.
You Chose a Plan. Now Let Us Help You Understand It.
Whether you’re new to health insurance or you’ve had it in the past, understanding your plan can be tough. We’re here to help. In the coming months, Blue Cross is hosting free interactive sessions across the state to help Michiganders make sense of their new health plan coverage.