BCBSMA

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BCBSMABlue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (Boston, MA)
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Her experience also includes provider contracting and performance management roles at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and at Tufts Health Plan.
Earlier in her career, Vaughan was employed in contracting and performance management roles at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and Tufts Health Plan.
Recovery Centers of America has agreed to terms on an insurance contract with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBS) to provide treatment for BCBS policyholders at its Westminster, Mass., facility.
[1] Center for Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Laboratory Services, CDC; [2] Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts; [3] Office of the Associate Director for Policy, Office of the Director, CDC; [4] Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC.
The board of the Boston-based Massachusetts Health Connector recently approved a 2017 individual exchange plan "shelf" that offers plans from nine separate carriers, including Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and Tufts Health Plan.
Currently, Dreyfus serves as president and chief executive officer of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, a private health plan in Massachusetts, since 2010.
He joined the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation to focus on health issues and later was hired as the president of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, GLAAD-the only bilingual leader of a national LGBT organization.
His projects have included Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts facilities, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, various Hewlett-Packard projects.
From 1998 through 2001, he served as vice chairman and executive vice president at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. He then joined the Department of Defense in September 2001.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts is implementing what it says are industry-leading policies to restrain the abuse of opioid medications among its members, including a requirement that new opioid drug prescriptions written for quantifies of longer than 30 days must be accompanied by a medical authorization before coverage is approved.
Just a couple of weeks ago, Andrew Dreyfus, the CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, was no doubt speaking for all his colleagues in the insurance sector when he was quoted in The Boston Globe as saying, "Fee-for-service payment rates cannot continue to rise if we are to meet the community's goal of affordable care.
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