It's the Law
The Affordable Care Act requires that most people have health insurance or pay a penalty. If you have a health insurance plan that meets the requirements, you won't have to pay the penalty. Learn more about the minimum essential coverage requirements.
For peace of mind when you travel
BlueCard is a national program that enables members of one Blue company to obtain health care services while traveling or living in another Blue company's service area. The program links participating health care providers with the independent Blue companies across the U.S and in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide, through a single electronic network for claims processing and reimbursement. For more information visit www.bcbs.com.
Federal Employee Program (FEP)
The FEP website has up-to-date information on benefits, provider directories, pharmacy programs, newsletters and other resources for Service Benefit Plan members. You can use the online customer service feature to make an address change, order new ID cards, or submit a question to customer service.
The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association contracts with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management on behalf of the numerous independent Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans. Benefits and premiums are negotiated on an annual basis.
Contact FEP Customer Service at 1.800.634.3569 or visit the FEP website.