Blue Cross Blue Shield, the greatest health insurer in Georgia, declares they are pulling out of over half the Georgia counties in the state, involving Muscogee.
For more than 7 decades, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia (BCBSGa) has served consumers in the Individual market, and throughout that time our commitment sustained to be the same: to give access to affordable, quality health care.
BlueCross is the sole health plan offering exchange coverage this year in all of Georgia’s 159 counties. If Blue Cross had pulled out, the commissioner’s office said it would have devastated Georgia’s market.
Blue Cross Blue Shield won’t offer individual health insurance coverage in Harris, Chattahoochee, and Marion counties next year.
They say the decision stems from uncertainty in the White House.
Congress will not give health insurance companies answers and President Trump has threatened to eliminate subsidies to help lower deductibles for customers with lower incomes.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia needed to make certain you realize individuals with employer sponsored insurance or Medicare aren’t impacted by these decisions.
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