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Blue Shield - New Virtual Blue Plans

The Virtual Blue plans give members (small and large groups) the choice of virtual or in-person care. Virtual care includes $0 unlimited visits to primary care, behavioral health and specialty care through a new partnership with AccoladeCare. In-person care is available through the Tandem PPO network in California and via BlueCard when outside of the state.

The two Virtual Blue small group plans available in PRISM are the Virtual Blue Gold Tandem PPO 1500/45 and Virtual Blue Bronze Tandem PPO 7500/75. These can be identified by ‘Virtual Blue’ in the plan name.

When using the PRISM filter options for Narrow or Broad networks, select ‘All’ networks instead of ‘Broad’ only networks to generate plans for Blue Shield’s Virtual Blue, Trio HMO, and Tandem PPO plans.

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Survey Results: High Satisfaction with Employers’ Return-to-Work Plans

Survey Results: High Satisfaction with Employers’ Return-to-Work Plans

Aug 17, 2020, 2 Minute Read

According to the results of a June 2020 American Staffing Association (ASA) Workforce Monitor® online survey conducted by The Harris Poll, more than three-quarters of U.S. employees (79%) are satisfied with their employers’ pandemic-related return-to-work plans.

Eight in 10 men (83%) compared to seven in 10 women (74%) are satisfied with such plans, while generations also differ in their satisfaction levels—with Baby Boomers (85%), Millennials (82%), and Gen X (77%) all more satisfied, and Gen Z (62%) less content.

ASA Workforce Monitor Survey

The top five measures employees cite as critical to feeling safe at work:

  1. Social distancing measures (e.g., signage, plan for communal areas, reduced number of staff in workplaces at a time, etc.): 53%.
  2. Detailed cleaning protocols: 46%.
  3. Covid-19 testing offered to employees: 44%.
  4. Personal protective equipment required (i.e., masks): 44%.
  5. Temperature/symptom screening: 43%.

However, 7% of employees said nothing would make them feel safe on the job during the pandemic, with health care workers more likely to cite this fear (14%) than those in the professional–managerial (6%) and engineering, scientific, and IT (2%) industries. One in 10 industrial (8%) and office–clerical and administrative (7%) workers also share this concern. Learn more about the ASA Workforce Monitor survey.

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