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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas Overview

www.bcbstx.com
Richardson, TX
1001 to 5000 employees
1929
Company - Private
Insurance
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC) is the largest member-owned health insurance company in the U.S. and the fourth largest overall. We are best known on a state level by our Plans in Illinois ... Read more

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas – Why Work For Us?


Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans in Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and several subsidiaries are part of the largest customer-owned health benefits company in the United States and fourth largest overall.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas knows health care coverage in Texas — we invented it. We're Texas born and bred, and this is the only place we do business.

We have been around for more than 80 years, and the cross and shield have come to represent the most experienced health care coverage organization in the state and the nation. Our mission is still focused on providing financially sound health care coverage to as many Texans as possible.

As the state's largest health insurer, we serve some of the best known Texas companies, including American Airlines, Brinker International, Brookshire Grocery, Halliburton, H.E.B. Grocery, JBS, Southern Methodist University (SMU), the Texas A&M System, Texas Instruments, Texas Medical Association and The University of Texas System.

We maintain our state headquarters in Richardson, with regional offices in Houston, Austin and Lubbock. In addition, we process our members' claims in Texas in our claims and customer service facilities in Abilene, Marshall, Richardson, San Angelo, Waco and Wichita Falls.

We're a statewide customer-owned health insurer in Texas. We believe Texas consumers and employers deserve the best of both worlds — access to affordable, quality health care and top-notch service from a company that focuses solely on customers, not shareholders. Customer value is our cornerstone.

We grew up in local Texas communities, and we've stayed there. However, our significant local presence throughout the state is just one reason why the cross and shield create peace of mind when it comes to choosing health insurance. Here are a few other reasons:

  • We have a special relationship with physicians and hospitals dating back to 1929. We remain committed to partnering with physicians and hospitals to provide access to affordable, quality health care, and we are a collaborative partner seeking solutions to joint concerns with employers, physicians, hospitals and governmental bodies.
  • Our health maintenance organization (HMO) and preferred provider organization (PPO) networks are large. For example, the HMO Blue Texas network includes more than 451 hospitals and 38,000 providers statewide (Source: Internal PREMIER Reports, July 2009).
  • In addition to providing broad access to affordable care, we have a commitment to member empowerment in personal health and wellness.
  • We administer the state's Texas Health Insurance Pool, which provides health insurance to eligible Texas residents who, due to medical conditions are unable to obtain coverage from commercial insurers (Source: Texas Health Insurance Pool website).
  • Since 1997, our statewide Care Van Program has given more than 712,522 free immunizations/screenings to over 428,890 uninsured Texas children through November 2009. (Source: Internal Care Van Program Activity Report, November 2007).

As a division of Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC), Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas is among the financially strongest health insurers in the nation, providing our members with a high level of confidence and security. For detailed financial reports, please visit the HCSC website.

Imagine Something New, Something Different.

See the world in fresh and vibrant ways. When you reimagine, perspectives change, potential is created and productive energy results. You can experience the difference new ways of thinking can make—for your career, your loved ones and your community—at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (BCBSTX).

We enjoy a proud history of purpose—to do everything in our power to stand with our members in sickness and in health®—and the freedom our employees have to make it real. Because we're member-owned, not investor-owned, our employees are empowered to advocate for the 5+ million individuals who put their trust in Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas.

As the largest, most experienced health insurance provider in Texas and with a portfolio that includes some of the state's admired corporations, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas is reimagining wellness for our state and looking for original thinkers who aren't afraid to make dynamic contributions. People destined to reimagine what's possible.

We encourage you to learn more about our company, our guiding principles, our commitment to the communities we serve. Learn about our Total Rewards and our dynamic career opportunities, then apply online. You can have the impact you've always imagined at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas.


We are an Equal Opportunity Employment / Affirmative Action employer dedicated to workforce diversity and a drug-free and smoke-free workplace. Drug screening and background investigation are required, as allowed by law. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

we are an organization of purpose-driven performance. With our members at the center of all we do, we bring authenticity to our work and innovate for competitive advantage, for our members and our company. In our communities, we improve health and wellness by looking for areas of opportunity—investing time and resources with over 370 community partners across our five states. We embrace open lines of communication, inclusion in all its forms and courageous feedback. We are adaptable to market demands and are shaping the landscape of health care…together.

At its core, BCBSTX is about respect—for our members, our community and our organization. We express this respect by reimagining what’s possible, across all disciplines and at all levels. We are a company that welcomes great ideas, with the strength to create genuine, meaningful change.

Team members listen to, learn from, support and encourage one another. As the preferred health insurance plan of Texas, we work hard day-by-day to earn the trust that has been placed in us. That's what winning teams do.

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    I have been working at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Friendly, healthy culture that enjoys a nice area for walking and also has a wonderful cafeteria with friendly staff

    Work / Life balance is excellent

    Gym on site, not bad

    Great IT

    Cons

    Work from home limited to 1 day a week. Not bad IMO. Remote teams on some projects can be annoying

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas Interviews

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas in February 2017.

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    Had contact with three recruiters to set up interview. Had a 90 minute interview with six people. That was a month ago and never heard another word from them. No email, no call, no "dear John." :)

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