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If you did not receive your new insurance card, starting 7/1/2022, you can download your new card by visiting the Highmark website. Scroll down the page until you see “Member Portal Assistance.” Click on the…
We would like to remind our Blue Shield members that Doctor on Demand will need your new Highmark Blue Shield insurance information for visits as of 7/1/2022. Th…
The Rensselaer-Columbia-Greene Health Insurance Trust held a Stakeholder meeting for Superintendents, School Business…
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The Fall 2019 Health Trust Report Card is now available!
In August 2019, one of the RCG Health Insurance Trust’s members was honored by the Albany Business Review, celebrating Questar III BOCES as one of the region’s first-ever Healthiest Employers.
The Trust provides alternate benefit options because the Board of Trustees understands that different members have different circumstances and different coverage needs.
Rising drug prices is one of today’s most discussed health care topics, and with good reason: double-digit price hikes for brand-name drugs are becoming more commonplace.
Telemedicine is a convenient, cost-effective and timesaving alternative to the emergency room, urgent care center or your regular doctor for simple common concerns.
When you’re sick or injured and need to see a doctor, how do you choose between going to the emergency room, going to an urgent care clinic, using your telemedicine benefit, or going to your doctor’s office?
The Trust provides many alternate benefit levels because the Board of Trustees understands that different employees have different circumstances and different coverage needs.
In the fall, the Trust launched a partnership with CVS Health to provide the Trust’s self-insured prescription drug benefits, which were previously provided through Blue Shield of Northeastern New York.