Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia - BCBSGA Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia - BCBSGA

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia has been providing quality health care to Georgians for over sixty-five years. BCBSGA is the largest health insurance carrier in the state of Georgia, serving over two million members. The Atlanta Blue Cross Plan was established in 1937, followed by the Savannah Plan in 1939. In 1946, the Columbus Plan was created. The 1966 merger of the Columbus Plan and the Savannah Plan marked the beginning of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia / Columbus. In 1985, the merger of the Columbus and Atlanta organizations resulted in the formation of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia. BCBSGA credits its extensive provider network to high quality health coverage, focus on member services, and complementary medical services for its consistent success.

Preferred Provider Organization Plans for Individuals, offered by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia, include Blue Value 10,000, 5,000, 3,500, 2,000, and 1,000. Blue Value Select 1,500, 1,000, 750, 500, and Right Plan PPO are also provided by BCBS of Georgia. There are a variety of health coverage options offered by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia under the various health plan types. These plan types include BlueChoice PPO High Deductible Health Plans, Short Term Medical Plans, and Traditional Health Plans.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia currently provides health insurance coverage to approximately fifty-five-thousand senior citizens in the state. BCBSGA provides Medicare supplemental plans throughout the state as well as Medicare Advantage plans in certain counties. BCBSGA also offers group health plans to businesses with two to fifty employees, as well as larger nationwide companies, without compromising affordability or flexibility.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia is backed by the experience and reputation of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. BCBSA administers coverage through indemnity insurance, Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs), Point-of-Service (POS) plans, as well as Fee-for-Service plans. Whether you are looking for large employer coverage, small business coverage, or individual health coverage, for families without access to group health insurance, the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association has a plan to meet your specific needs. Compare health insurance plans and coverage from the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, the oldest and largest organization of health benefits companies.

Are you one of the estimated 1.2 million Georgians living without health insurance coverage? According to the United States Census, over fifteen percent of individuals living in the state of Georgia are not insured (2000). Among Georgians under the age of eighteen, over fourteen percent do not have health insurance. If you do not have a health insurance plan, please continue reading to find out what health insurance carriers of Georgia have to offer. Compare Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia health plan types to find one that fits your lifestyle and budget.

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