Independence Blue Cross is the region’s leading provider of health care benefits — thanks in part to the specialized services and managed care expertise of our affiliates and subsidiaries.
As the health insurance needs of our customers expand, our subsidiaries become increasingly important in enabling us to provide the services requested by members and employers.
- AmeriHealth® health insurance companies provide HMO, POS, PPO, traditional coverage, and AmeriHealth 65® products in Pennsylvania (outside the five-county southeastern region) and New Jersey.
- AmeriHealth Administrators®, a national third-party administrator and a wholly owned subsidiary, serves self-funded health plans outside the five-county southeastern Pennsylvania region for groups of 100 or more employees. The company provides comprehensive benefits management services, such as claims payment, health management, and consumer-directed health plan options.
- AmeriHealth Casualty Services, wholly owned insurance agency, offers workers’ compensation insurance, life and disability insurance, third-party claims administration, and integrated disability management in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland.
- AmeriHealth Caritas — owned by Independence Blue Cross (majority shareholder) and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (minority shareholder) — is an experienced leader in government funded health insurance programs, serving more than 1.7 million members in eight states through Medicaid managed care plans and administrative services. The company also offers pharmacy benefits management, behavioral health care, and other services to nearly 2.9 million additional Medicaid, Medicare, and State Children’s Health Insurance Program beneficiaries in 13 states.
- CompServices, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary, offers administrative services for self-insured workers’ compensation programs, such as case management and claims administration. The company operates in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.
- NaviNet, Inc. — owned by Independence Blue Cross; Highmark Inc.; Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey; and Lumeris, Inc. — speeds and simplifies more than 50 kinds of administrative, financial, and clinical transactions among three-quarters of America’s physicians, 3,800 hospitals, and dozens of the nation’s largest health insurers. The company also offers software and guidance to support hospitals shifting to accountable, value-based health care.