Florida Blue Receives Prestigious Brand Excellence Award

April 2, 2018 – Florida Blue, the leading health insurer in Florida, announced today that it has received a Brand Excellence Award from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA). The association’s annual awards honor Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS) companies that excel in developing and enhancing the overall BCBS brand image.

Florida Blue was awarded the Brand Excellence Award in the “Member Retention” category for its especially high retention rate – 94 percent of its members renewed their coverage over this past year*. Florida Blue currently serves over 5 million members in the state.

“Driven by our mission of helping people and communities achieve better health, Florida Blue strives to deliver the highest quality and most affordable health care coverage to our members,” said Pat Geraghty, CEO of Florida Blue. “Our high retention is a testament to the trust our members place in us to be a partner in their health care journey.”

This marks the 23rd year that the BCBS Association has presented Brand Excellence Awards to recognize BCBS companies nationwide in categories that include attracting new customers, fostering loyalty among existing customers, and brand innovation.

“Nearly 106 million Americans trust the Blue Cross and Blue Shield brand with providing reliable, high-quality health care coverage to them and their families,” said Scott P. Serota, BCBSA president and CEO. “We are proud to recognize those BCBS companies that have exceeded member expectations and delivered exceptional service to the communities they serve.”

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