Adding value to the things you value most.

Choose a carrier that checks all the boxes.

Cost is only half the story.

We know your challenges go beyond the initial costs of coverage. You have concerns about employee retention, employee education and productivity. That’s why we offer plans tailored to help you lower your claims costs, keep your employees healthy and make your life easier.

An integrated approach means better health outcomes.


Our decisions look at the total cost of care resulting in greater savings and better member experiences.


Improved health

Stronger influence and data insights to optimize care


Greater savings

10.5% on total drug costs

Lowest medical total cost of care coupled with clinical and pharmacy expertise


Better employee experience

One card providing consistency and security


Meaningful customer value

Discover exclusive discounts for members.

Provider relationships matter


of eligible hospitals


of medical doctors

Fueled by the largest provider network in Kansas, our BCBSKS ID card is the most widely recognized health insurance card in Kansas with members having access to 99% of medical doctors and 100% of acute care hospitals in our 103-county service area.

Greater discounts


$4.3 billion in provider discounts


Saving members 54% on common medical services

With our long-standing relationship with Kansas providers, we are able to offer significantly greater discounts resulting in real savings for you and your employees.

Creating smarter, better health care.

At Blue Cross, we look for ways to mitigate risk and improve outcomes. With our medical management programs, we use data-driven strategies and our best-in-class analytic capabilities to support early prediction, identification and intervention solutions. Our team and programs ensure a full-scale approach:


Prediction & Identification

of high-risk employees using market-leading analytics & predictive modeling


Early Intervention & Card Coordination

to engage employees and avoid escalation


High-intensity care management

to improve employee health outcomes and experience while controlling cost


Rigorous cost management

to ensure payment integrity for high-dollar claims

What benefits matter to your employees?

Value-based programs

At Blue Cross, we’re working towards a sustainable future with our value-based programs. This transformation is increasing focus on health outcomes and better managing costs – changing the way doctors are paid and medical care is delivered.

Of the 200,000+ BCBSKS members in value-based programs, participants saw:

Half as many inpatient hospital admissions

Fewer hospital readmissions

Half as many ER visits

With our captive sales force, we are able to provide a personalized approach – finding solutions that meet your needs.

Friend, neighbor and partner

Sales representatives cover the state of Kansas 
and meet daily with groups and members, helping them feel confident, arming them with the right information and resources to empower the right decisions.



of full-time U.S. employees are overweight or have 1+ chronic conditions


in employee productivity is lost annually due to these factors


of U.S. healthcare costs are attributed to largely preventable chronic conditions

Engagement is about getting employees to understand their health and USE their benefits to maintain and/or improve their health; it’s about anticipating and avoiding poor health before it happens; and, most importantly, it’s about empowering them to make healthier decisions that result in better quality of life. Our HealthyOptions program can help.

Our workplace wellness team takes a hands-on approach in working with you to create and implement effective engagement strategies. Working together, we will:

  • Use data to identify needs and engagement strategies
  • Engage employees where they are with what they need
  • And use the right mix of human touch and technology to reach and empower your employees

Connect With Us

A representative is available to receive your call from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.