Member Forms

Find and download forms often used by our members.

Medical/Vision/Dental/Claims & Reimbursement Forms

Find forms for reimbursement of medical vision or dental expenses and other related forms. Medicare forms are located below.

Prescription Drug Forms

Find forms for reimbursement of prescription expenses, mail order drugs and authorization requests.

Coverage and Premium Payment Forms

Find forms required to change your coverage or set up automatic payments.

  • Adding an eligible new dependent to your health plan For plans with coverage starting January 2014 or later (health care reform plans). This change application is used to request continuous coverage for a new dependent: Newborn(s), Adopted Children or Foster Children. Your next bill will reflect the premium increase. Call your agent with any questions or call 1-800-352-2583.
  • Adding a new spouse or eligible domestic partner and/or dependents to your health plan For plans with coverage starting January 2014 or later (health care reform plans). This change application is used to request continuous coverage for newly married spouse or eligible domestic partner and/or new dependents gained through marriage. Your next bill will reflect the premium increase. Call your agent with any questions or call 1-800-352-2583.
  • Automatic Payment and Other Payment Options (ACA Plans) For plans with coverage starting January 2014 or later (health care reform plans). Members can set up automatic payments or make one-time monthly payments by logging in to their member account.
  • Automatic Payment and Other Payment Options (Pre-ACA Plans) For plans with coverage that was already in effect before January 2014. Members can set up automatic payments or make one-time monthly payments by logging in to their member account.”
  • Other Insurance Information For plans with coverage that was already in effect before January 2014. This form is used to inform Florida Blue of insurance plans (including Medicare) you have that are supplemental to your Florida Blue plan.
  • Prior/Concurrent Coverage Information For plans with coverage that was already in effect before January 2014. This form is used to inform Florida Blue if you currently have or recently had insurance coverage, which your Florida Blue policy will replace.
  • Underwritten Health Change Application for Direct Pay, Individual Under-Age 65 Members (HMO) For plans with coverage that was already in effect before January 2014. This change application is used to update your Underwritten policy (not for health care reform policies) for events like adding a newborn, removing dependants, changing your name or changing your premium payment method. Additional documents may be required.
  • Underwritten Health Change Application for Direct Pay, Individual Under-Age 65 Members (Non-HMO) For plans with coverage that was already in effect before January 2014. This change application is used to update your Underwritten HMO policy (not for health care reform policies) for events like adding a newborn, removing dependents, changing your name or changing your premium payment method. Additional documents may be required.
  • Eligible Dependent Application (Non-HMO) For plans with coverage that was already in effect before January 2014. This application is used to request continuous coverage for a spouse or dependent under Non-HMO plans. Submit this form along with the Underwritten Health Change Application for Direct Pay (Non-HMO).
  • Eligible Dependent Application (HMO) For plans with coverage that was already in effect before January 2014. This application is used to request continuous coverage for a spouse or dependent under HMO plans. Submit this form with the Underwritten Health Change Application for Direct Pay (HMO).
  • Automatic Payment Option (Medicare Supplements) This form is used to authorize monthly premium payments for Medicare Supplement plans directly from your bank account. The plan name must start with “Medicare” (not “BlueMedicare”) to use this form. Check the plan name on your member ID card to be sure.
  • Automatic Payment Option (BlueMedicare) This form is used to authorize monthly premium payments for BlueMedicare Supplement plans directly from your bank account. The plan name must start with “BlueMedicare” (not just “Medicare”) to use this form. Check the plan name on your member ID card to be sure.
  • Continuation of Coverage - Qualifying Event Recently your coverage with your group policy ended. This form will provide you with the documents required to continue your coverage with Florida Blue.

Personal Information Forms

Find forms required to share your health information, establish advanced directives or request copies of your protected health information records.

Medicare Forms

Find the latest forms for claim reimbursement, prescriptions, mail order drugs, appeals or complaints.

HIPAA

Find the latest forms for claim reimbursement, prescriptions, mail order drugs, appeals or complaints.

How Insurance Works

To help you better understand your plan, we've defined five key health insurance terms you should know:

Copay

A flat fee (e.g., $15) you pay for covered health services, such as a x-ray.

Deductible

The dollar amount you must pay each calendar year before insurance begins to pay for certain health services. You pay the plan deductible first then coinsurance (%) may apply.

Coinsurance

The percentage (%) you may pay for services after you meet the plan deductible. It's also known as "cost sharing."

Out-of-Pocket Maximum

The most you pay for covered health care services during your plan's calendar year. All of your covered expenses go toward this maximum. Once you reach the maximum, your health care plan pays 100% toward covered services and you don't pay anything.

Premium

The regularly scheduled amount of money you must pay each month to keep your insurance active.

Transparency in Coverage

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires issuers seeking certification of a health plan as a qualified health plan (QHP) to make accurate and timely disclosures of certain information to the Health Insurance Marketplace, the Secretary of HHS, and the state insurance commissioner, and make it available to the public.

Frequently Asked Questions

Enrolling and Making Payments

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Member Account

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Choosing a Doctor FAQs

Get answers about choosing a doctor, specialist, hospital and more.

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Pharmacy FAQs

Get answers about drug coverage and participating pharmacies.

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Claims & Health Statements FAQs

Get answers about your claims and monthly health statement.

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COBRA FAQs

Get answers about temporary continuation of group health coverage.

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