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Blue Shield PPO Contracts With Cedars-Sinai

Effective March 1, 2015, Blue Shield of California (and Blue Shield Life & Health) will be contracted with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for on- and off-exchange Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze Individual & Family (IFP) Health Insurance PPO plans.  Below is the broker release from Blue Shield this morning.......

Cedars-Sinai is now part of the IFP provider network
We are very pleased to announce that Blue Shield of California has signed a new agreement with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for on- and off-exchange (mirrored) Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze Blue Shield Individual and Family Plan (IFP) PPO plans that will take effect March 1, 2015. 
With this agreement, Blue Shield's IFP PPO members will also have access to Cedars-Sinai Medical Group and Cedars-Sinai Health Associates beginning March 1, 2015.  Additionally, members will have access to other Cedars-Sinai Medical Center identified independent physicians. 



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