Home > Letter B > Blue Cross

No. sentence
1 A 2017 study found that Alabama had the least competitive health insurance market in the country, with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama having a market share of 84% followed by UnitedHealth Group at 7%. Regions Financial Corporation and BBVA USA Bank are the largest banks headquartered in Alabama.
2 It features four individual directional buttons (as opposed to a conventional D-pad), a pair of shoulder buttons on both sides, Start and Select buttons in the centre, and four face buttons consisting of simple geometric shapes: a green triangle, red circle, blue cross, and a pink square (, , , ).
3 Melinda Gates Foundation, and the medical insurance group Blue Cross and Blue Shield dropped support of ALEC in the ensuing weeks or let their memberships lapse.
4 The Blue Cross animal charity are further north on the B4020.
5 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas is the largest insurance employer, with about 1,800 employees.
6 Insurers such as Blue Cross, which had originally applied the principle of community rating, faced competition from other commercial insurers that did not community rate, and so were forced to raise their rates for the elderly.
7 Private insurance from companies such as Blue Cross, Green Shield and Manulife have been available for many years to cover services not covered by the Canadian health care system, such as dental care and some eye care.
8 This was the origin of Blue Cross.
9 Around 1939, state medical societies created Blue Shield plans to cover physician services, as Blue Cross covered only hospital services.
10 Health insurance provider Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina was one of the town's 10 largest employers.
11 Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association has its headquarters in the Michigan Plaza complex.
12 The insurance companies Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama, Protective Life, Infinity Property &
13 An example of a state initiative to promote nutrition literacy is Smart Bodies, a public-private partnership between the state's largest university system and largest health insurer, Louisiana State Agricultural Center and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation.
14 Wilmington's other notable industries include insurance (American Life Insurance Company [ALICO], Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Delaware), retail banking (including the Delaware headquarters of: Wilmington Trust (Now a branch of M&T Bank, after Wilmington Trust merged with M&T in 2011), PNC Bank, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, HSBC, Citizens Bank, Wilmington Savings Fund Society, and Artisans' Bank), and legal services.
15 Blue Cross of Idaho and Scentsy are based in Meridian.
16 (formerly DCS), a debt recovery corporation, and Blue Cross all employ over 1,000 each individuals locally.
17 Fluke moved its headquarters in Everett in 1981 and was later replaced by Blue Cross, which moved from Seattle and became the largest employer in the city.
18 Richardson's largest employment base is provided by the insurance industry, with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas's headquarters, a regional hub for GEICO, regional offices for United Healthcare, and one of State Farm Insurance's three national regional hubs located in the community.
19 The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), the KC, Dogs Trust, Blue Cross and the Battersea Dogs &
20 As noted by the historian John Vaizey: In regards to social welfare, the post-war era saw a considerable improvement in insurance for workers and their dependents against the risks of illness, as private insurance programs like Blue Cross and Blue Shield expanded.
21 Blue cross at Podbrdo hill.
22 In the late 1990s, while working for Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, he cooperated with the FBI to help investigate a fraud case, and asked them about the possibility of working for them as a career.
23 these include the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in South London, and the Blue Cross animal welfare charity in Burford, Oxfordshire.
24 Harwell served as a spokesman for Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Michigan.
25 Had Harwell fulfilled the entire contract (by which time he would have been 95 years old), Blue Cross had pledged to extend it for yet another decade.
26 Blue Cross is a registered animal welfare charity in the United Kingdom, founded in 1897 as Our Dumb Friends League.
27 In 1912, the league launched The Blue Cross Fund to care for horses during the Balkan War.
28 By the armistice in 1918, the Blue Cross Fund had raised nearly £170,000 – the equivalent of almost £6.5 million today – to care for the animals of conflict.
29 Over 50,000 horses were treated in Blue Cross hospitals in France, and the charity had sent vital veterinary supplies to 3,500 units of the British Army.
30 The name of the appeal fund became more widely known than the official charity title and the league officially changed its name to "The Blue Cross" in 1950.