Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan accepts nominations for annual Community Service AwardsWritten by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Created on April 28, 2016
Demonstrating its continued commitment to the health and wellness of Michigan’s seniors, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is accepting nominations for its 26th annual Community Service Awards to recognize those individuals and organizations that act as outstanding senior citizen advocates throughout the state. The awards will be presented on August 12 at the kick-off ceremony for the 2016 Michigan Senior Olympics, sponsored by Blue Cross. In addition to being recognized, each award recipient will receive a corporate contribution of $1,000, payable to the non-profit organization of his or her choice.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan a national leader in evolution away from “fee-for-service” provider reimbursementWritten by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Created on April 12, 2016
Comparing against national data for 2015 published today by a health care industry payment reform coalition, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is far-and-away outpacing the coalition’s member health plans in evolving provider reimbursement away from the old fee-for-service system, toward structures where population-based health management and quality patient outcomes are major factors in payment.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan helps launch demonstration project aimed at enhancing health of diabetes patientsWritten by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Created on March 31, 2016
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is partnering with Hygieia, a digital insulin enhancement company based in Ann Arbor, MI, to launch a 1,000-patient, one-year demonstration project in Michigan to study the d-Nav® insulin guidance service from Hygieia.
$535,000 in grants available for Michigan-based safety net organizations to aid uninsured patients coping with mental illness or substance abuseWritten by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Created on March 2, 2016
Michigan-based safety net health care organizations are encouraged to apply for a new integrated care grant looking to help clinics develop, enhance or expand programs that support uninsured and low-income patients coping with mental illness or substance abuse.