Nov. 15, 2021
Requirement of the Consolidated Appropriations Act (plan years on or after Jan. 1, 2022)
The Consolidated Appropriations Act requires that member ID cards include deductible information and out-of-pocket maximums. We will provide all members with updated electronic ID cards that include this information.
How to access ID cards
- You can view, download and print most members’ electronic cards by completing an eligibility and benefits inquiry through Availity .
- Members can access their card several ways:
- Through the BCBSMT app
- By printing a copy of their updated electronic ID card, including deductible and out-of-pocket information from Blue Access for MembersSM (BAM)
- By requesting a physical card from customer service
We will mail new cards that include deductible and out-of-pocket information to current members whose benefit plan changes in 2022. We’ll also send cards with updated information to new members whose plans go into effect in 2022.
More on the CAA and Transparency in Coverage Final Rule.
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