You get the Health Coverage form if an employer with fewer than 50 full-time employees provides your health insurance. Here’s what else you need to know about Form 1095-B:

  • Your health insurance company sends it to you and the IRS
  • Your employer may also send you a 1095-B
  • It’s proof you had coverage that met the requirements of the Affordable Care Act
  • If anything on your 1095-B isn’t correct, call the number on the back of your Blue Cross ID card
  • You don’t need to wait for your 1095-B to file your tax return, although you should save it for your records

A PDF of your 1095-B form is available online. Subscribers—the person whose name is on your Blue Cross ID card—can log in to their account on our website and:

  • Visit Forms to view, download and print your current and past 1095-B
  • Visit Paperless Options under Account Settings to stop getting paper copies of the form