The AIS Guide to Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans

Datapoint: CEO Salaries for Blues Plans

September 13, 2018

The average president/CEO of a Blue Cross and Blue Shield plan earned $3,696,576 in 2017. The highest paid was Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s Daniel J. Loepp, who earned $13,421,863 in total compensation.

The average president/CEO of a Blue Cross and Blue Shield plan earned $3,696,576 in 2017. The highest paid was Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s Daniel J. Loepp, who earned $13,421,863 in total compensation.

Source: The AIS Guide to Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans

Datapoint: Blues Individual Losses

July 26, 2018

Six Blues insurers lost more than 50% of their Individual members between 2017 and 2018, largely due to exchange exits. On average, all Blues insurers lost 29,863 members in Individual plans from 2017 to 2018.

Six Blues insurers lost more than 50% of their Individual members between 2017 and 2018, largely due to exchange exits. On average, all Blues insurers lost 29,863 members in Individual plans from 2017 to 2018.

Source: The AIS Guide to Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans

Datapoint: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas ER Visits

May 29, 2018

4,687,211 people are enrolled in Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, representing a market share of 26.5% in the state. The insurer announced that starting June 4, Texans with its HMO plans who use out-of-network emergency services may need to pay all of the costs themselves if the visit isn’t deemed to be necessary.

4,687,211 people are enrolled in Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, representing a market share of 26.5% in the state. The insurer announced that starting June 4, Texans with its HMO plans who use out-of-network emergency services may need to pay all of the costs themselves if the visit isn’t deemed to be necessary.

Source: The AIS Guide to Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans