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Summary of Benefits and Coverage

The Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) is a document that all insurance companies are required to provide consumers as a result of health care reform. It is a standardized summary of health plan benefits and coverage, including covered benefits, cost sharing examples, and coverage limitations and exceptions.  The purpose of the SBC is to help you understand similar features of each plan, make it easier to compare your options, and ultimately, choose a plan that is right for you or your family.

 

Florida Blue Plans

If you are having trouble finding the correct SBC or wish to have one sent to you, please contact your Agent or Sales Representative or call 1-800-352-2583 (TTY/TDD call 1-800-955-8771).

 

Glossary of Terms

Below you’ll find a list of common terms that insurance companies are required to share for comparison purposes.  These terms and definitions may be different from the terms and definitions used in your policy or contract.  In the event there is a conflict between the Uniform Glossary of Terms and your Florida Blue policy or contract, the terms and conditions of the Florida Blue coverage documents will prevail.

 

Health Care Reform and You

We’re here to keep you informed about Health Care Reform and how it may affect you.

 

Note to Agents and Sales Representatives:

To download SBCs, simply log in to AccessBlue.



This information is being provided in an effort to share with you some of the changes required under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Health Care Reform. Please know that plan benefits are subject to change and may be revised based on guidance and regulations issued by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This information does not cover all of the law’s provisions and should not be used as legal advice for your decisions. We encourage you to seek professional advice regarding how Health Care Reform on how your decisions impact your health insurance.

Summary of Benefits and Coverage | BCBSF