Datapoint: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City to Exit MA Market

Missouri-based Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City will exit the Medicare Advantage market in 2025 due to regulatory changes and financial challenges. “We explored every alternative path for our Medicare Advantage members and are disappointed we must exit this line of business,” BCBS Kansas City CEO Erin Stucky said in a May 30 statement. The payer will instead focus on its employer group and individual risk-based products, including Affordable Care Act exchange plans. BCBS Kansas City currently serves 32,580 MA members in Missouri and Kansas.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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