Anthem Blue Cross EPO - Explained

Anthem Blue Cross of California carries a wide range of health insurance plan options. Anthem Blue Cross EPO is one of those options. EPO, or Exclusive Provider Organizations, are not health savings accounts, though you can take a tax credit as if they were.

The Anthem Blue Cross EPO (health savings compatible plan) provides coverage for in-network services only (except in the case of a sudden emergency). These plans are a great way to save money on medical costs.

The Benefits

EPO plans offer benefits that other plans do not. There are a couple of ideal situations where an EPO will surpass any other option. For example, if you are a single twenty something who is relatively healthy, you should not have to pay hundreds of dollars a month out of pocket for premiums! An EPO plan may be the best option for you if you are an individual in good health, period.

Anthem Blue Cross EPO is also the Low Cost Community Plan in many counties across California for families with children. The prescription costs are low (typically from $5-$15), health care providers are easily accessible and the premiums are low. Additional benefits include:

  • With the EPO plan your child can go directly to any provider in the network!
  • There is a toll free, 24-hour/7-days-a-week nurse line that is free to members.
  • More than 100,000 family members are enrolled in the Healthy Families Program and have chosen Anthem Blue Cross EPO.

You can choose Anthem EPO as part of your Community Provider Plan. There are several guidelines for who can apply for Anthem EPO. Requirements include being a US resident for at least three months, being younger than 64 years old and being a permanent resident of California.

To get a better picture of what Anthem EPO has to offer you, visit www.Abrams-California-Health-Insurance.com. Abrams Health Insurance Service can help you decide if Anthem EPO is the right option for you and your family! Get free quotes and free information without obligation right now!

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