Like B. B. King but without the guitar, health benefits provider WellPoint is the king of the Blues. Through its subsidiaries, the firm provides health coverage, primarily under the Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS) name, to some 34 million members. The largest health insurer in the US, it is a Blue Cross or BCBS licensee in more than a dozen states and provides plans under the Unicare name in other parts of the country. Plans include PPO, HMO, indemnity, and hybrid plans offered to employers, individuals, and Medicare and Medicaid recipients. It also provides...
WellPoint works to simplify the connection between Health, Care and Value. We help to improve the health of our members and our communities, and provide greater value to our customers and shareholders.
WellPoint is one of the nation’s largest health benefits companies, with 34 million members in its affiliated health plans and more than 66 million individuals served through its subsidiaries.
- One in nine Americans receives coverage for their medical care through WellPoint's affiliated plans.
- We offer a broad range of medical and specialty products.
WellPoint has grown with consistency and reliability in our industry. This performance is the result of strong internal growth, strategic expansion and an approach to managing and growing our business that is guided by a commitment to leadership, innovation and social responsibility. A wide range of products are offered by WellPoint's subsidiaries throughout the United States.
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Chief Executive Officer
Pros: WellPoint's ownership of the Blue Cross / Blue shield brand in 14 states has allowed it to obtain a large share of the medical market in each state. This creates a huge potential to cross-market its other products. – Full Review
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY (US) Sep 2013 – Reviewed Oct 11, 2013
Interview Details Submitted my resume and got an email to set up a phone interview the following Monday. The woman who called me was very courteous and friendly. After that was completed (took about 25 minutes), an HR specialist contacted me and set up an in person super day in which I met with 6 directors of… – Full Interview
Nothing difficult. Do your homework - know about the company, its subsidiaries, and the healthcare industry as a whole. – Answer Question