Supporting members affected by floodsThursday, Nov 18, 2021
Pacific Blue Cross stands with the people across the province affected by the devastating floods and damage to BC’s transportation infrastructure
Pharmacy Providers | Supporting MPP members affected by floodsThursday, Nov 18, 2021
Pharmacy providers can use intervention code UX for MPP members affected by floods and highway damage who have reached their annual dispensing fee limit
Pharmacy | FNHA introduces bulk supply of naloxone nasal spray kitsTuesday, Nov 9, 2021
The First Nations Health Authority is providing bulk supply of naloxone nasal spray kits to First Nations community partners.
Dental Providers | Word of Mouth Newsletter Sep 2021Thursday, Sep 9, 2021
We hope you enjoy our revamped Word of Mouth newsletter. We’ll be sharing the latest news from Pacific Blue Cross as well as tips and tricks for a seamless claims experience with us.
Supporting First Nations Health Authority Clients Affected by WildfiresFriday, Aug 6, 2021
First Nation communities across British Columbia continue to be impacted by wildfires. In some instances, individuals have very little time to evacuate their homes having to leave behind important medications or medical supplies.
Supporting Members affected by wildfiresWednesday, Jul 21, 2021
Pacific Blue Cross stands with the people of Lytton, BC and British Columbians around the province affected by the spread of wildfires.
Vision providers | MSDPR PROVIDERnet functionality goes live on March 12, 2021Monday, Mar 1, 2021
Make sure you’re ready for this change
Pharmacy - New dispensing fee limits for Municipal Pension PlanWednesday, Nov 4, 2020
Dispensing fees for drugs included on a new Maintenance Drug list will be limited to five per year
Extended Health Providers: Important Update for Telehealth Service CoverageWednesday, Oct 14, 2020
Select telehealth service coverage extended.
Earlier this year, in response to the onset of COVID-19, Pacific Blue Cross put temporary measures in place to expand our telehealth benefits coverage for select services.