Who provides government health insurance plans?


Quick Answer

While the companies that provide health insurance plans to the government vary by state, some providers are Blue Cross and Blue Shield, GEHA, and NALC, as of 2015, notes the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. The Federal Employees Health Benefits program manages health insurance for federal employees.

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The U.S. Office of Personnel Management website offers tools that allow government workers and other eligible individuals to find and compare health insurance providers in their states, as the agency's website explains. Preferred Provider Organizations, Health Maintenance Organizations, Fee-for-Service and health saving accounts are some of the plan options available, but the exact offerings among states and insurance companies.

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