Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s Detroit headquarters tower will light this month to honor Gordie HoweWritten by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Created on June 13, 2016
Beginning tonight, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s 21-story headquarters tower at 600 E. Lafayette in Detroit will light a giant number 9 on its north and south sides to honor the life, career and community contributions of former Detroit Red Wings forward and NHL Hall of Famer Gordie Howe. Howe passed away over the weekend.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan continues to keep rates low for small businessWritten by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Created on June 6, 2016
In contrast to national trends, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan today announced a comparatively small statewide average rate increase of 2.9 percent for small group employers in 2017, pending state regulatory approval. This follows rate reductions that Blue Cross delivered to small employer group customers that renewed during the second half of 2015.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan grant adds bike rentals to Petoskey State Park through Health Recreation Catalyst AwardWritten by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Created on June 3, 2016
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is funding new bike rentals in Petoskey State Park, which will be available to the public beginning June 18. The project is a result of the Healthy Recreation Catalyst Awards, a grant program dedicated to funding projects that enhance outdoor recreation opportunities for children, families and older adults, and is expected to fund 14 bikes at the park. The program is sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, and available to any member of the Michigan Recreation and Park Association (mParks).
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan encourages community dialogue on health disparities and prevention with fifth-annual Let’s Talk Health WeekWritten by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Created on June 1, 2016
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is presenting Let’s Talk Health Week for the fifth consecutive year to address health disparities in Grand Rapids through community-based activities and conversations. Since 2011, more than 10,000 area residents have come out to participate in the week-long series of events. This year, Let’s Talk Health Week runs June 13 – 19.