Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Launches Website to Provide Information about Taft-Hartley Labor Trust Products

<0> Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Launches Website to Provide Information about Taft-Hartley Labor Trust Products </0>

Media Contact:Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in NevadaJoyzelle Davis, (303) 831-2005

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Nevada announced today it has launched a new website designed specifically for unions interested in learning more about Anthem’s Taft Hartley Labor Trust health and other benefits. The site is at

“The Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies have a long history of administering healthcare benefits to more than 20 million union workers, families and retirees,” said Mike Murphy, president and general manager of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Nevada. “This new site features Anthem’s nationwide network breadth and access, ease of Fund administration and other programs to improve the health of the members we serve.”

“Anthem understands the unique needs of this market segment,” said Mark Donahue, regional vice president at Anthem Labor & Trust. “We offer stop-loss protection, member health and wellness programs to provide the most cost effective benefit for health and welfare funds.”

The Anthem Labor website offers an overview of our comprehensive transparency tools as well as leading edge healthcare reform information, which is updated weekly and available to both current and prospective clients.

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield is the trade name of Rocky Mountain Hospital and Medical Service, Inc., an independent licensee of the BlueCross BlueShield Association. ANTHEM is a registered trademark of Anthem Insurance Companies, Inc. The Blue Cross and Blue Shield names and symbols are registered marks of the BlueCross BlueShield Association. Additional information about Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Nevada is available at . Also, follow us on Twitter at , on Facebook at , or visit our YouTube channel at

Suggested Articles

The profit margins and management of Community Health Group raise questions about oversight of managed care insurers.

Financial experts are warning practices about the pitfalls of promoting medical credit cards to their patients.

A proposed rule issued by HHS on Tuesday would expand short-term coverage, a move Seema Verma said will have "virtually no impact" on ACA premiums.