"Premera Blue Cross Insurance is good isurance that is at a good price, for people in Washington and in Alaska. It can help be a supplemental insurance for Medicare."
Premera Blue Cross is located in Mountlake Terrace, Washington. Premera Blue Cross sells health insurance under the Blue Cross in most of Washington state.
Premera Blue Cross was created in 1945.
Premera Blue Cross's population is 3,200.
Premera Blue Cross provides 4 different dental plans from basic coverage to plans that cover the dental procedures which covers most commonly used treatments.
I believe it is the transfer of processed claims from Medicare to Medicaid or state agencies and insurance companies that provide supplemental insurance benefits to Medicare beneficiaries.
if you are looking for supplemental insurance the most common providers are blue cross and blue shield; they are fairly priced and cover most work procedures.
There are many firms in California that offer supplemental Medicare insurance. These include but are not limited to Blue Cross of California, Family Life Insurance Company, Genworth Life Insurance Company, Oxford Life Insurance Company and United American Insurance Company.
Premera Blue Cross offers a lot of different services. They offer medical and dental health plans, nationwide network coverage, 24 hour nurse line, alternative care, member discount and much, much more.
MediGap supplements are available throughout Washington. Some insurances that include MediGap are: Regence BlueShield, Premera Blue Cross, KPS Health Plans, and Asuris Health Northwest.
No, the Red Cross is not an insurance company.
According to the Office of the InsuranceCommissioner, Barlow received more than $1.9 million in salary, bonus and other compensation in 2006
If the fiancée has Blue Cross Blue Shield and the husband has the same, I am sure that they will allow her to be added to his insurance policy. If the pregnant fiancée uses a different insurance company, then she may or may not be allowed to be added to the husbands insurance policy. Again, this varies case to case because of the different policies different individuals have. For the most accurate information, please contact your insurance representative. The pregnancy would be a pre-existing condition, so many insurance companies would not cover the costs. You should call the insurance companies involved to get an official answer.