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To help solve this, we’re partnering with doctors and hospitals to bring you a new program that makes it easier to manage your medical bills—so you can focus less on paperwork and more on getting better.
As a member you’ll receive a single, unified billing statement from us for any care received from providers participating in our program.
You shouldn’t. Going forward, you’ll receive a single statement from us containing a breakdown of any services you receive from our provider partners.
However, if you receive medical care from doctors who may bill separately from our participating providers, such as an ER doctor, you will receive a separate bill for those services.
Our goal is to continue to bring on additional partners so all of your bills are truly unified.
Yes. You should still pay any copay, coinsurance, or other cost-share amounts that your provider asks you to pay before or at the time of service.
Any amount you pay directly to your provider will be reflected on your statement.
We’ll consolidate your medical bills similar to a credit card statement, making it much easier for you to view, understand, and make a payment towards a single balance.
Take control of your medical spending with our flexible, 0% interest payment plans. Choose a term length, up to 12 months, that works best for you and your family.
We’re patients too and know all of this can feel confusing. Call (888) 282-9589 with any questions you may have about this new program or about possible payment options.
We adhere to the most up-to-date security and HIPAA compliances.
Access your account anytime from any device with a web browser.
This program allows your doctor to focus on you instead of paperwork.
No. If you’re a Blue Shield of California member and have received medical care from any providers participating in this program, you’ll automatically receive a consolidated bill.
It’s easy to pay by text, web, phone, or mail. If you have a problem with your bill, are unable to pay it by the due date, or have any questions about your bill or the consolidated billing program, call (888) 282-9589.
If you owe any balances for services received from a provider not participating in the program, you will continue to receive a separate bill for those services. You’ll want to work directly with the provider to pay for those services.
Call (888) 282-9589 with any questions you may have about this new program or about possible payment options.