Blue Cross of Idaho offers the following CDHP options through HealthEquity. For more information, contact your local district office or HealthEquity toll free at 866-346-5800.
Blue Cross of Idaho provides EAP plans through two program administrators. BPA Health (BPA) is the preferred vendor for groups with 2 to 200 employees and is available by quote for groups of 200+ employees. We also offer EAP through ComPsych for groups 201 and above.The EAP benefit provides access to professional face-to-face counseling that can help employees through many emotional and personal situations including alcohol and drug abuse, marriage and family issues, stress, anger management and job-related issues. The program also includes legal, financial, identity recovery and work-life services to assist employees with day-to-day issues.
Under the legal portion of the benefit, employees have access to free 30-minute legal consultations from an attorney over the phone. If the employee prefers an in-person consultation, the service refers them to an attorney with the appropriate expertise. Employees requiring ongoing legal services from their referred attorney receive a discount on hourly attorney fees.
Employees in need of financial advice have access to a variety of online and telephone resources including a toll-free information line staffed by financial counselors, certified consumer credit counselors, bankruptcy prevention specialists, and homeowner’s education/assistance.
Group EAP rates depend on the number of visits the group selects, ranging from one to three visits per incident, per year up to one to 10 visits per incident, per year. For more information, please contact your local Blue Cross of Idaho district office.
We partner with USAble to offer an integrated term life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) option to groups with two to 20 employees. For more information about the small group integrated plan, please contact your local Blue Cross of Idaho district office.
USAble is not an affiliate of Blue Cross of Idaho.
A 24-hour nurse advice line is available as a buy-up option for groups with 51 or more employees. The program is included for no additional cost to group benefit plans of two to 50 employees.
Members can talk to a registered nurse any time to make informed health decisions. The Nurse Advice Line can help determine when to call the doctor or go to the emergency room. Also, our trained nurses provide information about medications, medical tests/procedures and help a member find ways to talk more effectively with their healthcare provider.
Get more information about the Nurse Advice Line or contact your local Blue Cross of Idaho district office.