Capital Blue Cross is a firm that provides administrative support, insurance, third party administration, investment management, and insurance agent or broker to nonprofit clients. They primarily provide their services regionally, with most clients in Pennsylvania (although they are present in other states as well).
Most Capital Blue Cross clients are health and welfare funds and outpatient health care practitioners and facilities with revenues ranging from $7.2 million to $25 million.
Previous legal names, trade names, or just variations of their name include: Capitol Blue Cross.
|3||Gettysburg Foundation||501(c)(3)||Gettysburg, PA|
|4||WLVT TV Channel 39||501(c)(3)||Bethlehem, PA|
|5||Pennsylvania Adult and Teen Challenge||501(c)(3)||Rehrersburg, PA|
|6||New Visions of South Central PA||501(c)(3)||Shippensburg, PA|
|7||Executive Education Academy Charter School (EEACS)||501(c)(3)||Allentown, PA|
|8||Berks Community Health Center (BCHC)||501(c)(3)||Reading, PA|
|9||The Arc of Lehigh and Northampton Counties||501(c)(3)||Bethlehem, PA|
|10||Hoffman Homes||501(c)(3)||Littlestown, PA|
|...||and 32 more Capital Blue Cross not-for-profit tax-exempt clients identified by Cause IQ|
Competitors to Capital Blue Cross in the nonprofit sector include Anthem Health Plans, Inc, Blue Cross Blue Shield Of Arizona, Kibble and Prentice, Metlife Insurance Company, Symetra Life Insurance Company, Cigna Health and Life Insurance, Anthem, Meritain Health, Aetna Inc, and HCC Life Insurance Company.
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