Our provider directory is subject to change without notice. Providers are periodically added or deleted. Prior to receiving services, ask your health care provider if she or he is in the network shown on your Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska member ID card, or you may call the Member Services number on the back of your ID card. View this flier to learn how to find your network name on your card.
In addition, if your network doctor refers you to a specialist, ask the specialist if he or she is in the network shown on your ID card, or call the Member Services number on the back of your ID card.
It is always your choice when deciding which health care provider to use. But, if you use in-network providers, you are eligible to receive the highest benefit level possible under your plan for covered services. If you use out-of-network hospitals, doctors and other providers, you are still eligible, in most cases, to receive benefits for covered services, but the benefit level at which we pay for these services will be less than if you had gone to an in-network provider. In other words, if you use in-network providers, you will pay less out of pocket than if you use out-of-network providers.
Also, the selection of an in-network hospital does not guarantee that providers like anesthesiologists, radiologists, pathologists and emergency room personnel are in-network providers. If you receive care at an in-network hospital, be sure to ask about obtaining these services from in-network providers in order to receive the maximum possible benefits.