BCBSMA

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BCBSMABlue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (Boston, MA)
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In 2012, BCBSMA analyzed its 2011 pharmacy claims data to determine the number of members receiving large quantities of opioid prescriptions from multiple providers.
(6) Similar improvements in standardized patient experience measures have been documented in Massachusetts after the BCBSMA incentives were put in place (Shaller and Zema 2014a).
It was announced last May that Douglas was switching to BCBSMA. The town and its employees' teamwork saved the town $575,000.
This solution will allow BCBSMA to easily integrate and exchange data for critical host-based, web-based and Windows applications.
BCBSMA's rule applies to primary care physicians as well as specialists.
BCBSMA arranged a focus group of employees with disabilities and the design team to talk about the everyday challenges that individuals with disabilities have to face.
BCBSMA wanted to enhance the online experience of its 2.9 million members and 17,000 providers.
"The collaborative approach between our health plan, hospitals and physicians offers significant opportunities to improve the health care experience of every member and to provide cost-effective care," says Deb Devaux, senior vice president of provider contracting at BCBSMA.
To help meet its goal of ensuring a smooth transition from 1999 to 2000 with uninterrupted service to its customers, BCBSMA selected CCD consultants to check its previously remediated COBOL code, and provide Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) using CCD's automated tool, Beyond 1999/Validate(tm).
(BCBSMA), Avicenna will develop an intranet communication and information system that will enhance the existing BCBSMA Healthwire network, which serves 12,000 managed health care providers and other affiliates across the country.
In this study, we examined the tiered hospital network of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBSMA), the largest insurer in Massachusetts (covering 45 percent of commercial market enrollees) and an early adopter of a TN with large intertier cost-sharing differences.