BCBSO

AcronymDefinition
BCBSOBlue Cross/Blue Shield of Ohio (aka Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield)
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The hub of the system is the BCBSO data center in Beachwood, a suburb of Cleveland.
In McConocha, Jeffrey McConocha, president and 80% shareholder of ISDN, purchased group health insurance from BCBSO for himself and ISDN employees.
And second: In 1993, BCBSO paid more than $1 billion in medical claims.
In addition, during 2011, RBS, Regence BCBSO, Regence BCBSUT and LifeMap posted underwriting losses driven by a higher medical loss ratio resulting from competitive pressures and pricing closer to trend in several lines of business.
During 2010, RBS and Regence BCBSO posted underwriting gains after two to three years of losses.
Regence BCBSO is adequately capitalized to support its business risks; however, capitalization levels have been declining over the past few years as part of a planned strategy of margin moderation.
Regence BCBSO has experienced new enrollment due to an increase in sales and improved retention on its existing business, which has led to an overall growth of 3.
The Regence Group consists of Regence BCBSO, Regence BlueShield, Regence BCBSU and Regence BlueShield of Idaho.
Regence BCBSO faces stiff competition from national, regional and local health care companies, with the level of market share declining over the last couple of years.
Regence BCBSO will begin offering the HeartMasters Web-based health management program for coronary artery disease and congestive heart failure to a segment of our insured population.
Yerby joins Regence BCBSO from the BlueCross and BlueShield Association where she held positions in the Strategic Consulting Services Division and in the Office of Policy and Representation in Chicago and Washington, D.
Regence BCBSO initiated its Y2K effort during the fourth quarter of 1996.