Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, HealthPartners, Medica, PreferredOne, Ucare and Humana offer health insurance policies in Minnesota, as of 2016. These companies offer individual and family health plans, small group plans, short-term health insurance and student health plans, according to the Minnesota Health Insurance Network. They also provide dental plans, long-term care insurance, travel insurance and Medicare supplement plans.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota has served the state since 1993 and has around 2 million members. The company offers health plans, services and provider networks throughout the state. The company's plans focus on individuals, families, small businesses and Medicare supplement policies, notes the Minnesota Health Insurance Network.
With its headquarters based in Minnesota, Medica has around 1.5 million members. It offers plans for individuals and families, small business plans, Medicaid and Medicare Part D, states the Minnesota Health Insurance Network. Medica also focuses on charitable grants to help community programs and improve health care access.
HealthPartners' individual and family plans, Medicare supplement policies and small business plans extend to around 660,000 members. The company also focuses on Medicaid plans for low-income families in Minnesota. The PMAP plan is ideal for low-income families with children, states HealthPartners. The HMO SNP Plan offers coverage for seniors who are eligible for Medicare Parts A and B.