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Affordable personal Capital BlueCross health insurance plans can be purchased directly through this website both on and off the Exchange. We offer the lowest available rates for individual and family policies, and we also research each plan so you’re provided with quality benefits that match your personal needs. Group plans are available to small and large employers. Enrolling through the Pa Marketplace can be quite a challenge, so we simplify the process so that you are quickly covered both during and after the Open Enrollment period. Senior Medigap plans are also reviewed and compared, including Advantage and Supplement options.

We always put you, the consumer, first when reviewing plans or applying for a policy. There are hundreds of options that are offered and we'll make sure you're able to view the best choices that provide the greatest value. If you are eligible for a federal tax credit/subsidy, your premium could substantially reduce. You may also purchase non-Obamacare coverage.

 

 Capital BC of Central Pennsylvania offers health insurance plans in 21 counties. View the service area map online.

 

Service Area

To qualify for a policy, you must live in the 21-county service area of Central Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley. These counties include Fulton, Franklin, Adams, York, Lancaster, Berks, Lehigh, Northampton, Schuylkill, Northumberland, Montour, Columbia, Union, Centre, Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lebanon and Snyder.

If you reside in another county, you can still apply for a policy with another company through this website. Your zip code will be one factor that determines your premium. Other Blue Cross companies include Highmark and Independence Blue Cross. In neighboring Ohio. Anthem is the only BC company in the Buckeye State.

Open Enrollment

The only underwriting criteria during Open Enrollment periods in determining pricing will be your age, zip code and smoking status. This is a direct result from legislative changes from the Department Of Health And Human Services and the establishment of a State Healthcare Exchange for consumers. Typically, the enrollment period begins November 1 and ends on December 15th. Senior Open Enrollment begins on October 15th and ends on December 7th. 

Premiums for Under-65 plans will also be differentiated by your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI), which will determine the amount of tax credits you receive to reduce the rate. These credits are instantly deducted from the premium, often resulting in shockingly low rates! If you are not eligible for federal subsidies, we can help you find the most cost-effective policies that will keep premiums low while still including all required "essential health benefits."

We offer free expert unbiased advice regarding choosing and comparing Exchange coverage, determining your subsidy eligibility, and easily enrolling for coverage. There is a new Open Enrollment (see above) each year and annually, we should take the time to determine if your existing policy is properly taking advantage of all available subsidies. There is also an SEP (Special Enrollment Period) if you have one of the numerous available qualifying events.

Health Insurance Exchange Pa

The four previously underwritten plans (no longer offered) were PersonalBlue PPO, PersonalBlue HSA PersonalBlue Saver and Individual Short Term. Policies were underwritten quickly and physicals were rarely required. You could keep coverage for as little as a month or until you turn age 65. US News magazine also awarded a "Five-Star" rating to five of the BC policies. Only 23 plans earned this honor, and only private plans were eligible.

However, only the "short-term" plan from that group is available (of the previously-mentioned policies). New plans have been created to satisfy the compliance and mandate requirements of Obamacare. These new plans offer richer benefits (maternity and mental illness coverage is now required) and premiums are often reduced by the federal tax credit, which is applied as an immediate subsidy. Note: Temporary coverage is offered through a partner carrier of CBC.

Once you reach age 65, several Medicare Supplement plans will be available. Usually, they are less expensive than the policies you have now. You are not required to purchase any type of Medigap coverage since most of your expenses will be covered. After age 65, most of the plan choices are easy to compare, since uniform guidelines are required. A separate drug prescription plan can also be purchased (Part D). Medicare Advantage plans are also offered which provide lower premiums.

Popular Under Age 65 Capital BC Plans

 

Catastrophic Tier

Catastrophic HMO 7350/0/75 - $75 pcp office visit copay for first three visits only. $7,350 deductible with 0% coinsurance. Once deductible is met, covered expenses paid at 100%. NOTE: Must be under age 30 to apply.

 

Bronze Tier

Bronze PPO 7350/00/60 -  $60 and $85 office visit copays. $7,350 deductible with maximum out-of-pocket expenses of $7,350 and 0% coinsurance. No charge for x-rays. $25 copay for blood work at independent clinical labs.

 

Silver Tier

Silver PPO 5000/10/30 - $30 and $75 office visit copays (pcp and specialist) with $75 Urgent Care copay. $5,000 deductible with maximum out-of-pocket expenses of $7,350 and 10% coinsurance. $10 copay for generic drugs.

Silver CareConnect 3000/35/0 - $35 and $55 office visit copays (pcp and specialist), including $55 chiropractic copay. No charge for x-rays or lab services at independent clinical locations. $3,000 deductible with maximum out-of-pocket expenses of $7,150. Urgent Care and ER copays are $100 and $200. Prescription drug copays are $10 for generic, $43 for preferred generic, $65 for non-preferred brand, and $150 for specialty.

 

Gold Tier

Gold PPO 1000/0/20 - $20 and $50 office visit copays, including $50 chiropractic copay. No charge for x-rays or lab services at independent clinical locations. $1,000 deductible with maximum out-of-pocket expenses of $7,150. Urgent Care and ER copays are $75 and $300. Prescription drug copays are $20 for generic, $60 for preferred generic, $100 for non-preferred brand, and $150 for specialty.



An HSA in Pennsylvania will reduce your taxes and put more money in your pocket. Buy one today.

We strongly endorse the usage of HSA plans. They are a great way to lower your premiums, pay for qualified health, dental and vision expenses with tax-deductible dollars, and maintain better control over your personal health care program. We also believe selecting the 0% coinsurance is worth the small increase in premium. With this feature, other than the deductible, you pay no out-of-pocket money on covered expenses. Other higher coinsurance options are available. We also expect the State Exchange to allow HSA coverage.

 

Capital Blue Cross Senior Options

 

Medicare Supplement

BlueReliance plans are available to applicants that are currently enrolled in Part A (hospital benefits) and Part B (medical coverage). If you are within six months of your 65th birthday or Part B enrollment, medical information is not needed to enroll. You can also avoid answering medical questions if you qualify for a "Guarantee Issue Right." The service territory (picture above) includes the following counties: Centre, Mifflin, Juniata, Union, Snyder, Northumberland, Perry, Cumberland, Franklin, Fulton, Adams, York, Dauphin, Lebanon, Lancaster, Berks, Lehigh, Northampton, Montour, Columbia, and Schulykill.

Plans available are A, B, C, F, G, and N. Original Medicare pays for about 70%-80% of expected expenses. Specialist visits do not require a referral. Emergency treatment is covered outside the designated territory, including anywhere in the US. Generally, claim submission is handled by the provider. Also, all plans qualify for a membership to "Silver&Fit." Although prescription drug benefits are often provided by "Advantage" contracts, Supplement plans require (if desired), separate Part D drug coverage.

Current Monthly Rates:

 

Age 65

Plan A - $107.90

Plan B - $117.80

Plan C - $133.50

Plan F - $135.60

Plan G - $120.30

Plan N - $92.30

 

Age 68

Plan A - $121.20

Plan B - $133.20

Plan C - $151.20

Plan F - $153.20

Plan G - $136.10

Plan N - $106.20

 

Age 70

Plan A - $130.90

Plan B - $145.20

Plan C - $164.40

Plan F - $165.50

Plan G - $147.00

Plan N - $115.70

 

Age 72

Plan A - $141.00

Plan B - $157.40

Plan C - $178.00

Plan F - $180.10

Plan G - $160.00

Plan N - $127.60

 

Age 75

Plan A - $156.50

Plan B - $176.40

Plan C - $201.60

Plan F - $203.70

Plan G - $180.90

Plan N - $146.00

 

Age 80

Plan A - $169.10

Plan B - $197.40

Plan C - $233.10

Plan F - $235.20

Plan G - $209.00

Plan N - $172.20

 

"Security" Supplement plans are available if you have reached age 65 or are receiving Social Security benefits. Coverage includes inpatient and outpatient hospital care, payment of Medicare deductibles, diagnostic services, mammograms, and durable medical equipment. Sample monthly rates are illustrated below:

Ages 0-64

Plan A - $264

Plan B - $290

Plan C - $308

Plan F - $312

Plan N - $240

 

Ages 65-69

Plan A - $149

Plan B - $166

Plan C - $183

Plan F - $186

Plan N - $137

 

Ages 70-74

Plan A - $182

Plan B - $202

Plan C - $219

Plan F - $222

Plan N - $167

 

Medicare Advantage

 

BlueJourney Essential HMO - $0 monthly premium with $0 deductible. Maximum out-of-pocket expenses are $6,700.Office visit copays are $5 and $30 with a $40 Urgent Care copay. Inpatient hospital stay copay is $150 for the first 8 days. The ER copay is $80 (waived if admitted), and the outpatient surgery and ambulatory surgical copays are $325 and $225 respectively. Diagnostic tests and lab services are subject to a $15 copay. The outpatient x-ray copay is $50, and the diagnostic radiology x-ray copay is $250. A $200 copay applies to ambulance coverage, with prior authorization required for non-emergency situations. 100 days of skilled nursing facility (SNF) benefits are provided with the following copays: $0 for days 1-5, $0 for days 6-20, and $164 for days 21-100.

Hearing services are subject to a $20 copay with an $800 credit for hearing aids every 36 months. The routine vision copay is $20 and the routine dental services copay is $10. Durable medical equipment is subject to 20% coinsurance. Preferred/Standard 30-day cost sharing for prescriptions: Tier 1 (preferred generic) drugs are subject to $3/$10 copays and Tier 2 (generic) drugs are subject to $15/$20 copays. Tier 3 (preferred brand) drugs are subject to $42/$47 copays and Tier 4 (nonpreferred) drugs are subject to $95/$100 copays. Tier 5 (specialty) drugs have 33% coinsurance.

 

BlueJourney Value HMO - $48 monthly premium with $0 deductible. Office visit copays are $10 and $25 with a $35 Urgent Care copay. Inpatient hospital stay copay is $100 for the first 5 days. The ER copay is $100 (waived if admitted), and the outpatient surgery and ambulatory surgical copays are $300 and $200 respectively. Lab services have a $15 copay and diagnostic tests are subject to a $10 copay. The outpatient x-ray copay is $25, and the diagnostic radiology x-ray copay is $100. A $150 copay applies to ambulance coverage, with prior authorization required for non-emergency situations. 100 days of skilled nursing facility (SNF) benefits are provided with the following copays: $0 for days 1-5, $20 for days 6-20, and $167 for days 21-100.

Hearing services are subject to a $20 copay with an $800 credit for hearing aids every 36 months. The routine vision copay is $20 and the routine dental services copay is $10. Durable medical equipment is subject to 20% coinsurance. Preferred/Standard 30-day cost sharing for prescriptions: Tier 1 (preferred generic) drugs are subject to $4/$9 copays and Tier 2 (generic) drugs are subject to $12/$17 copays. Tier 3 (preferred brand) drugs are subject to $42/$47 copays and Tier 4 (nonpreferred) drugs are subject to $95/$100 copays. Tier 5 (specialty) drugs have 33% coinsurance.

 

BlueJourney Premier HMO - $148 monthly premium with $0 deductible. Office visit copays are $10 and $20 with a $30 Urgent Care copay. Inpatient hospital stay copay is $65 for the first 5 days. The ER copay is $100 (waived if admitted), and the outpatient surgery and ambulatory surgical copays are $200 and $100 respectively. Lab services have a $15 copay and diagnostic tests are subject to a $5 copay. The outpatient x-ray copay is $25, and the diagnostic radiology x-ray copay is $75. A $100 copay applies to ambulance coverage, with prior authorization required for non-emergency situations. 100 days of skilled nursing facility (SNF) benefits are provided with the following copays: $0 for days 1-5, $20 for days 6-20, and $160 for days 21-100.

Hearing services are subject to a $20 copay with an $800 credit for hearing aids every 36 months. The routine vision copay is $20 and the routine dental services copay is $10. Durable medical equipment is subject to 20% coinsurance. Preferred/Standard 30-day cost sharing for prescriptions: Tier 1 (preferred generic) drugs are subject to $3/$8 copays and Tier 2 (generic) drugs are subject to $10/$15 copays. Tier 3 (preferred brand) drugs are subject to $42/$47 copays and Tier 4 (nonpreferred) drugs are subject to $95/$100 copays. Tier 5 (specialty) drugs have 33% coinsurance.

 

BlueJourney Prime PPO - $169 monthly premium with $0 deductible. Office visit copays are $10 and $25 with a $35 Urgent Care copay. Inpatient hospital stay copay is $100 for the first 7 days. The ER copay is $100 (waived if admitted), and the outpatient surgery and ambulatory surgical copays are $200 and $100 respectively. Lab services have a $15 copay and diagnostic tests are subject to a $5 copay. The outpatient x-ray copay is $25, and the diagnostic radiology x-ray copay is $100. A $125 copay applies to ambulance coverage, with prior authorization required for non-emergency situations. 100 days of skilled nursing facility (SNF) benefits are provided with the following copays: $0 for days 1-5, $0 for days 6-20, and $150 for days 21-100.

Hearing services are subject to a $20 copay with an $800 credit for hearing aids every 36 months. The routine vision copay is $20 and the routine dental services copay is $10. Durable medical equipment is subject to 20% coinsurance. Outpatient mental health services copays are $30 for individual and group therapy. Outpatient substance abuse individual visits are subject to a $30 copay. Preferred/Standard 30-day cost sharing for prescriptions: Tier 1 (preferred generic) drugs are subject to $3/$8 copays and Tier 2 (generic) drugs are subject to $15/$20 copays. Tier 3 (preferred brand) drugs are subject to $42/$47 copays and Tier 4 (nonpreferred) drugs are subject to $95/$100 copays. Tier 5 (specialty) drugs have 33% coinsurance. 

 

BlueJourney Classic PPO - $62 monthly premium with $0 deductible. Office visit copays are $10 and $35 with a $45 Urgent Care copay. Inpatient hospital stay copay is $200 for the first 5 days. The ER copay is $80 (waived if admitted), and the outpatient surgery and ambulatory surgical copays are $300 and $200 respectively. Lab services have a $15 copay and diagnostic tests are subject to a $15 copay. The outpatient x-ray copay is $25, and the diagnostic radiology x-ray copay is $150. A $150 copay applies to ambulance coverage, with prior authorization required for non-emergency situations. 100 days of skilled nursing facility (SNF) benefits are provided with the following copays: $0 for days 1-5, $0 for days 6-20, and $167 for days 21-100.

Hearing services are subject to a $35 copay with an $800 credit for hearing aids every 36 months. The routine vision copay is $20 and the routine dental services copay is $10. Durable medical equipment is subject to 20% coinsurance. Outpatient mental health services copays are $40 for individual and group therapy. Outpatient individual substance abuse visits are subject to a $40 copay. Preferred/Standard 30-day cost sharing for prescriptions: Tier 1 (preferred generic) drugs are subject to $3/$10 copays and Tier 2 (generic) drugs are subject to $15/$20 copays. Tier 3 (preferred brand) drugs are subject to $42/$47 copays and Tier 4 (nonpreferred) drugs are subject to $95/$100 copays. Tier 5 (specialty) drugs have 33% coinsurance. 

 

BlueJourney Alliance Heart And Diabetes Care - This Special Needs Plan (SNP) costs $23 monthly and has a $0 deductible. Office visit copays are $10 and $30, while the Urgent Care and ER copays are $40 and $100. The inpatient hospital copay is $125 for the first eight days, and the outpatient surgery copay is $300. The ambulatory surgical center copay is only $200. Lab services are subject to a $15 copay, X-rays are subject to a $30 copay, and high-tech imaging (MRIs, and CT scans) must meet a $200 copay. Hearing services are covered without a copay and an $800 hearing aid allowance is provided every three years. A $10 copay applies to dental cleanings and x-rays. $15 per month of over-the-counter drug coverage is also provided.

 

BlueJourney Alliance Lung Care - This Special Needs Plan (SNP) costs $33 monthly and has a $0 deductible. Office visit copays are $10 and $30, while the Urgent Care and ER copays are $40 and $100. The inpatient hospital copay is $170 for the first five days, and the outpatient surgery copay is $225. The ambulatory surgical center copay is only $125. Lab services are subject to a $15 copay, X-rays are subject to a $20 copay, and high-tech imaging (MRIs, and CT scans) must meet a $225 copay. Hearing services are covered without a copay and an $800 hearing aid allowance is provided every three years. A $10 copay applies to dental cleanings and x-rays. $15 per month of over-the-counter drug coverage is also provided.

 

Capital Blue Cross Small Group Plans

 

Platinum PPO 0/0/15 Rx 0 - $0 deductible and 0% coinsurance, with $3,000 maximum out-of-pocket expenses. Office visit copays are $15 and $30 with ER and Urgent Care copays of $150 and $50. Hi-Tech imaging subject to $0 copay. Lab test copays are $15 or $30 (independent lab or hospital lab). Speech, physical medicine, and occupational therapy visits are covered with a $30 copay for 30 visits. Outpatient surgery subject to $0 copay. 90-day mail-order prescription drug copays are $10 (generic preferred), $38 (non-generic preferred), $113 (brand preferred), and $175 (brand non-preferred).

 

Platinum PPO 0/0/15 Rx 250 - $0 deductible and 0% coinsurance, with $3,000 maximum out-of-pocket expenses. Office visit copays are $15 and $30 with ER and Urgent Care copays of $150 and $50. Hi-Tech imaging subject to $0 copay. Lab test copays are $15 or $30 (independent lab or hospital lab). Speech, physical medicine, and occupational therapy visits are covered with a $30 copay for 30 visits. Outpatient surgery subject to $0 copay. 90-day mail-order prescription drug copays are $10 (generic preferred), $50 (non-generic preferred), $100 (brand preferred), and $163 (brand non-preferred). A $250 deductible applies to brand drugs.

 

Platinum PPO 250/0/15 Rx 0 - $250 deductible and 0% coinsurance, with $6,350 maximum out-of-pocket expenses. Office visit copays are $15 and $30 with ER and Urgent Care copays of $200 and $50. Hi-Tech imaging subject to the deductible and $0 copay. Lab test copays are $15 or $30 (independent lab or hospital lab with deductible). Speech, physical medicine, and occupational therapy visits are covered with a $30 copay for 30 visits. Outpatient surgery subject to $0 copay but must meet deductible. 90-day mail-order prescription drug copays are $10 (generic preferred), $38 (non-generic preferred), $113 (brand preferred), and $175 (brand non-preferred).  

 

Platinum PPO 250/0/15 Rx 250 - $250 deductible and 0% coinsurance, with $6,350 maximum out-of-pocket expenses. Office visit copays are $15 and $30 with ER and Urgent Care copays of $200 and $50. Hi-Tech imaging subject to the deductible and $0 copay. Lab test copays are $15 or $30 (independent lab or hospital lab with deductible). Speech, physical medicine, and occupational therapy visits are covered with a $30 copay for 30 visits. Outpatient surgery subject to $0 copay but must meet deductible. 90-day mail-order prescription drug copays are $10 (generic preferred), $50 (non-generic preferred), $100 (brand preferred), and $163 (brand non-preferred). A $250 deductible applies to brand drugs.

 

Gold PPO 0/0/25 Rx 0 - $0 deductible and 0% coinsurance, with $6,350 maximum out-of-pocket expenses. Office visit copays are $25 and $50 with ER and Urgent Care copays of $300 and $75. Hi-Tech imaging subject to $250 copay. Lab test copays are $25 or $50 (independent lab or hospital lab). Speech, physical medicine, and occupational therapy visits are covered with a $50 copay for 30 visits. Outpatient surgery subject to $125 or $250 copay. 90-day mail-order prescription drug copays are $10 (generic preferred), $38 (non-generic preferred), $113 (brand preferred), and $175 (brand non-preferred).     

 

Gold PPO 0/0/25 Rx 250 - $0 deductible and 0% coinsurance, with $6,350 maximum out-of-pocket expenses. Office visit copays are $25 and $50 with ER and Urgent Care copays of $300 and $75. Hi-Tech imaging subject to deductible and $125 copay. Lab test copays are $25 or $50 (independent lab or hospital lab). Speech, physical medicine, and occupational therapy visits are covered with a $50 copay for 30 visits. Outpatient surgery subject to $125 or $250 copay. 90-day mail-order prescription drug copays are $10 (generic preferred), $50 (non-generic preferred), $100 (brand preferred), and $163 (brand non-preferred). A $250 deductible applies to brand drugs.    

 

Gold PPO 500/0/25 Rx 0 - $500 deductible and 0% coinsurance, with $6,350 maximum out-of-pocket expenses. Office visit copays are $25 and $50 with ER and Urgent Care copays of $300 and $75. Hi-Tech imaging subject to $250 copay. Lab test copays are $25 or $50 (independent lab or hospital lab with deductible). Speech, physical medicine, and occupational therapy visits are covered with a $50 copay for 30 visits. Outpatient surgery subject to $125 or $250 copay, although deductible applies to acute care hospital. 90-day mail-order prescription drug copays are $10 (generic preferred), $38 (non-generic preferred), $113 (brand preferred), and $175 (brand non-preferred).  

 

Temporary Medical Plans (Currently Not Offered)

Individual Short-Term is designed to cover persons who need temporary medical coverage. The length of coverage runs from 30 days to 180 days and works best if you are between employers, simply uninsured, just graduated from school or waiting for a group plan to begin. Premiums are very cheap, and often 50% less than conventional coverage, and preventative benefits are covered at 100%. You can often apply for coverage and be approved the next day. Deductible options are $500, $1,000, $2,500, and $5,000. Maximum out-of-pocket expenses range from $1,500 to $6,000.

The four available plans are:

Short Term 500

Short Term 1000

Short Term 2500

Short Term 5000

It is important to understand that a temporary policy does not meet many of the mandated Affordable Care Act guidelines. If you miss Open Enrollment and do not qualify for an approved Pa Obamacare plan exception, despite the 2.5% required income penalty, it is an option you should consider. Also, short-term plans are also used by persons with no major medical issues that do not want to pay for benefits they probably will never use. Generally, families with several children should not choose this type of plan, unless no other options are offered.

The application is simplified and approval times often take less than 36 hours. Typically, pre-existing conditions are not a covered benefit. Within the last five years, if you have been treated for specific medical conditions listed on the application, you will likely be declined. We like the Capital BlueCross short-term coverage. However, since we represent all of the large companies, usually, a lower rate is available from UnitedHealthcare (Golden Rule) or other carriers. However, benefits will vary so it's important to understand differences. Also, your personal physician may not be in the UHC network.


How To Apply For A Policy:

To apply for a policy, simply contact us by phone or email. You do not have to answer any medical questions during Open Enrollment periods. You may also be eligible for substantial financial assistance that could pay some, most, or all of your premium. During non-Open Enrollment periods, you can still apply for coverage by utilizing specific approved enrollment exceptions or through policies designed to cover you until the next OE period. Short-term plans can be kept for 12 months without renewing the policy.

Please call us at (888) 513 6446 if you would like to discuss the application process, get a free quote or you would like additional specific information on any of the plans.

PAST UPDATES:

November 2013 - Capital BC is offering many affordable plans on the Pa Health Exchange. You can quickly view current rates and your calculated subsidy when you request a quote. Some of the most popular plans for 2014 are Health Benefits Value HMO, Healthy Benefits HMO, Keystone Blue Cross 50 and Blue Cross Value. Gold, Silver and Bronze plans are being offered as Marketplace-compliant, as they do satisfy all of the requirements needed.

May 2014 - Small business owners can continue their coverage for an additional year, even if the plan does not conform to ACA guidelines. The exception applies to small-group policies that renew between June 1st and December 31st, 2014. This could save thousands of dollars in premiums by avoiding the addition of many benefits that are now required by recent legislation. To be eligible, the company must have 50 employees (or less).

September 2014 - The PPO Silver Reserve has been eliminated from the list of available 2015 plans. If you are currently enrolled in this policy, please contact us so we can review the most suitable replacements. Open Enrollment begins in about seven weeks.

October 2014 - The laboratory list for providers has been updated. Lab Corporation Of America will no longer be considered "in-network." Individual, senior and group plans are impacted with this change. However, Health Network Labs and Quest Diagnostics will remain as approved independent labs.

Requirements and procedures for preauthorization are also changing as of January 1, 2015. Several non-emergency situations have been added and policyholders will be notified in writing.

August 2015 -  Telehealth is coming with 2016 plans! OK. What is"Telehealth?" By using a computer or smartphone, consumers can contact licensed physicians at any time regardless of the hour or day. It is ideal for customers that are out of town, or because of illness, can not travel to a doctor's office. Appoints can be set online, and visits with doctors can take place via video.

Physicians will be able to diagnose conditions and also prescribe medications that can conveniently be picked up locally. Two telehealth services will be utilized that will allow face-to-face meetings in less than 120 seconds.

February 2017 - Along with Highmark and Geisinger, Capital BC continues to offer coverage in the Lehigh Valley and Central Pennsylvania. Next year, as President Trump's healthcare plans are introduced, more companies are expected to offer coverage.

October 2017 - Individual and family rates (Under age-65) will be released within the next five days. Rate increases will vary, depending on the plan and level of coverage.