Keeping You Safe and Informed

Capital Blue Cross not only wants to assure you have the best health care benefits, but also wants to be sure you have the most up to date information on important matters to protect you and your personal information. We want you to have the knowledge you need to be safe and stay well.

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Capital Blue Cross has made some coverage changes to help with your care during the Coronavirus epidemic. We’ve also included additional information to keep you and your family safe during this crisis.

Member Authorization Form

Use this form to allow a family member or friend to speak with Capital Blue Cross on your behalf. You can print it out and mail it to the address listed on the instructions, or call the Member Services number on the back of your ID card and request the form be mailed to you.

Identity Theft: protect yourself

This information from has tips to keep your personal information safe. Remember to never share your personal information over the phone, even if you are threatened with legal action. No health organization or law enforcement agency would make these threats over the phone. You can also view this Spanish version of the article.

Medicines and You Guide

"Medicines and You” is a guide for older adults provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. There is information on how prescription and over-the-counter medication can affect you in different stages of your life. A printable chart to keep an updated list of your prescription medicines is provided.

Medicine Safety in Your Home

View this video for tips on how keep your medicine out of the hands of children. Colorful pills are not only tempting to young children but also to teenagers. Keep them safe!

Myths of Older Adult Falls

Read these top 10 myths to debunk adult falls, and get some advise on how to stay safely on your feet!

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Updated October 1, 2022