Things You Can Do Now

There’s no need to wait for next year to start working on your health care plan.

Track Your Application

Keep an eye on your application to make sure your health care coverage starts on time.  Log in to Application Tracker.

Make Your First Premium Payment

Don't forget, your application is not complete until you make your first payment. If you haven’t already, go ahead and make your first premium payment.

Use Provider Finder®

You can check to see if your doctor is in-network or select a primary care provider (PCP) if you have an HMO health care plan.  Find my doctors on Provider Finder®.

 

Look for Membership Materials

We usually need 48 hours to process your application. Then, you should start receiving your Welcome Letter or Email and other materials like:

Member ID Card

If you applied for a health care plan, or chose a new plan during 2020 Open Enrollment Period (OEP), you should get your new member ID cards by early January 2020.  

It has details like your policy number and our Customer Service phone number.

If you have a PPO health plan, you and any covered dependents will get member ID cards in your name only. If you have an HMO plan, any covered dependents will get an ID card with their name and yours.

Member Welcome Kit

You should also get your Member Kit by early January 2020.  

You'll get the specifics you need for your 2020 health care coverage, such as your Plan Benefit Book. Your Book has materials that show what’s covered with your plan. 

Also, you’ll find helpful information and forms including:

  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Auto Bill Pay
  • Protected Health Information (PHI) Authorization Form

If you'd like to see more details now, please review your Member Guide.

Get Set Up Online

In addition to using Provider Finder®  you can:

Sign Up or Log In to Blue Access for MembersSM (BAMSM)

BAM lets you securely handle your health plan online and review your claims. After using the details on your member ID card to sign up, you can:

  • Ask for a member ID card.
  • Tell us to send your records by email instead of mail.
  • Find in-network doctors and pharmacies. If your health plan has preferred pharmacies, you can pay lower co-pay/co-insurance amount for your prescriptions at these places.
  • Review your Explanation of Benefits (EOB) for helpful details that show what’s covered and what you may owe your provider.

Download Our BCBSOK Mobile App

Using our mobile app let's you:

  • Find nearby in-network doctors and hospitals
  • View your claims, coverage and deductible information
  • Show proof of insurance with your digital member ID card
  • Track your exercise and stress with your iPhone® and Apple Watch

 

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