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Are you taking advantage of all the great benefits within Blue Access for MembersSM (BAM)? BAM is the secure member portal where you can:
Check the status of your claim and your claim history
Organize your claims in groups like “Knee surgery” to have all information in one area
Confirm the family members who are covered under your plan
View and print an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) statement for any claim within the last 18 months
Set your preferences to receive notifications for claim status and wellness updates through emails or text alerts
Locate a doctor or hospital in your plan’s network without selecting any plan details
Request a new or replacement member ID card or print a temporary member ID card
Use Well onTarget - a program that can support you meeting your healthy goals
Select to go paperless by opting for email alerts instead of paper claim statements
It’s a one-stop shop for all of your needs. And you can always ask us questions to help you understand your health care insurance coverage even more by using the secure messaging tool once you log in . If you haven’t signed up for Blue Access for Members, all you have to do is register! Go MobileIt’s on the go, too – all you have to do is download our free BCBSTX mobile app for Blue Access for Members!
Helping you understand your health care is our goal!
Most recent update: 4/4/2018
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