Susquehanna Township-based insurer Capital BlueCross has been selected as one of two preferred providers by the Lehigh Valley Business Coalition on Health Care, the company announced May 24.
Plans selected for preferred provider designation demonstrate better plan performance, pricing or enhanced service capabilities, giving employers more flexibility in selecting administrators who best meet their needs, according to the multistate coalition.
Coalition members include medium and large employers, including large national employers, with generally 200 to several thousand employees who self-insure.
“Capital BlueCross differentiates itself from the competition because of our unique ability to align incentives, reduce costs and drive employee engagement through market-leading value based benefits, health and wellness programs and clinical initiatives,” Capital BlueCross President Gary St. Hilaire said in a news release.
The Dauphin County company employs more than 1,800 people among its offices in Susquehanna and Swatara townships, Lemoyne and in the Lehigh Valley.
Capital BlueCross serves about 750,000 members in 21 counties across Central Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley.