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Annual Report Archives

View past CareFirst, Inc. (CareFirst) annual reports, which include information about its Maryland Affiliate (CareFirst of Maryland, Inc.) and its National Capital Area Affiliate (Group Hospitalization and Medical Services, Inc.).

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2014/15 Annual Report for CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield

2014/2015 Annual Report

CareFirst's mission is to provide affordable and accessible health insurance to our members in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia.

In 2015, CareFirst:

  • Contributed nearly $40 million to community initiatives designed to increase the accessibility, affordability, safety and quality of health care services throughout the region.
  • Continued its commitment to community-based health care, investing $6.9 million to support safety net clinics serving more than 279,000 people.
  • Advanced and support innovative programs and initiatives that will produce a sustainable and positive impact on health care delivery.


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2011/12 Annual Report for CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield

2011/2012"Annual

CareFirst's mission is to provide affordable and accessible health insurance to our members in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia.

In 2011, CareFirst:

  • Contributed more than $51 million to community programs that aimed to increase health care affordability, accessibility and quality of care.
  • Expanded its Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) to more than 2,200 primary care providers, making the program the largest of its type in the nation.
  • Continued to offer innovative products such as HealthyBlue, an initiative designed to reward members for taking control of their health.


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2011/12 Annual Report for CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
Annual Reports

CareFirst's mission is to provide affordable and accessible health insurance to our members in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia.

In 2011, CareFirst:

  • Contributed more than $51 million to community programs that aimed to increase health care affordability, accessibility and quality of care.
  • Expanded its Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) to more than 2,200 primary care providers, making the program the largest of its type in the nation.
  • Continued to offer innovative products such as HealthyBlue, an initiative designed to reward members for taking control of their health.

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2010 Annual Report for CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield

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With the goal of slowing rising health care costs, new programs were launched in 2010. Among these programs were:

  • Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH), designed to improve the care of CareFirst's sickest members by improving their health and lowering cost of the individuals who create 60 percent of medical costs that the company pays out.
  • HealthyBlue, a new health plan that gives members more control over their health costs and rewards for health and is being expanded for the coming year.

Additionally, in 2010, CareFirst donated $56 million to more than 300 local organizations that benefit the region served.


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