Looking over our options for 2019. We've never had BCBS but reviewing in network facilities, doctors BCBS covers Mayo Clinic and a few other specialized hospitals (it seems). Trying to decide if local insurance is as good. All the highly accredited hospitals seem to fall in BCBS network. Any experience here?
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They don't all have Blue Card, and I am sure. Some BCBS organizations offer ACA compliant policies with the name "Blue Options", these are nationwide PPOs with BlueCard. And I agree Blue Card is a real advantage.
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