Low-cost health plan available to Miami-Dade residents.

Miami-Dade residents who don’t have health insurance can sign up for a new plan aimed at helping the estimated 600,000 uninsured in the county.
Called Miami-Dade Blue, the program went into effect July 1. It’s a joint venture between the county and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida and is designed with low premiums and low co-pays.

“For many people, this might be the first time they ever access care,” said Penny Shaffer, an executive for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, who spoke at a recent town hall meeting organized by County Commissioner Dorrin D. Rolle.

Read MiamiHerald.com article.

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