If you only think health insurance when you think of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, we’re OK with that.
After all, our roots go back to the first health insurance plans in the U.S. These plans were created nearly a century ago for working people—teachers, miners and lumberjacks who just wanted affordable, quality health care.
A lot has changed since then. Health care reform is bringing more change. Our company is changing, too. We became a nonprofit mutual company in 2014. This means that our members now have a stronger voice.
At the same time, there's much that hasn't changed: the need for affordable, quality health care and our role as a leader in helping Michigan residents get that care. We continue to be the largest health insurer in the state.
Our unique vision and mission means we can bring the best of both worlds to our members and their communities:
Plans for employers and individuals that meet today’s needs, budgets and lifestyles
The largest network of doctors and hospitals in the state
Lower health care costs
Higher quality health care
Award-winning diversity practices
Grants and programs that promote better health throughout Michigan
When you think of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan for health insurance, you can know you’re getting much more. We're a company founded on a tradition of affordable, quality health care for everyone, improving the present and investing in the future. Some things never change.
They render good services to patients
It has the most affordable premiums
It's the leading provider of insurance premiums
I really enjoyed the services offered here
One of the best you can ever find in Michigan.
I really enjoyed this company
very good service. i realy like it.
I always can get what I need with BCBS, and they have been reliable and accessible in my experience.
There are better health insurance providers out there!
very good coverage, nice customer ervice
There are better health insurance companies out there!
My current insurance provider is a lot better. Blue is not always better.
Just got a mail from them. The letter said they paid my bill "by error" and requested that I pay them $1,500 back. That's really infuriating. First, I don't have the money. Second, if you are negligent, you should bear the responsibility.
bcbs was very good at explaining your claim and helped you to find answers to any questions you had
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