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Hawaii Without Health Insurance

Posted on: September 14th, 2009 by JPAL No Comments

Recently released results show that 7.8% of Hawaii residents lack health insurance.  Nationally, the number of uninsured Americans has swelled to 46.3 Million according to the same report. Hawaii has performed better than most other states when it comes to health insurance coverage,  because of Hawaii’s passage of the 1974 Prepaid Health Care Act that […]

Keiki Care Plan – Blue Cross Blue Shield of Hawaii

Posted on: July 28th, 2009 by BlogAdmin No Comments

Blue Cross Blue Shield member plans initiatives to increase access to affordable health insurance by the uninsured. Part V The Keiki Care Plan is a partnership between the state of Hawaii and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Hawaii.  Under the partnership, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Hawaii offers health coverage to uninsured children in the […]

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Hawaii Offers Online Doctor Visits

Posted on: January 15th, 2009 by ymedina No Comments

The Hawaii Medical Service Association (which is part of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Hawaii), has launched a new virtual doctor’s visit service, according to the Arizona Republic’s Ginger Rough. Patients in Hawaii can now have a short consultation with one of 140 physicians whenever they need to, available 24/7! Online doctor visits take place […]