We recently redesigned our member site and app to make it even easier for you to access your benefits. You can submit claims, lookup coverage, find plan information and do everything else benefits-related online, in minutes. The app has been extremely well received by our users with a 4.6+ star-rating in the App Store and on Google Play.
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Try these app features for a simplified experience
The Alberta Blue Cross® app makes managing and using your benefits easier with features like these.
ID cards where you need them
You now have easy access to your ID card, so you can find your most important plan information. Sign in to the app and you’ll find your ID card right at the bottom of the screen—easy to access, download or screenshot. Wherever your phone goes, your Alberta Blue Cross ID card goes with it!
Find what you’re looking for
You’re busy. That’s why our member site and app allow you to submit claims on the go, check how much coverage you have left for a certain benefit or make a payment. You can also view and print documents like tax receipts on the member site.
Fingerprint and facial recognition sign in
Use fingerprint or facial recognition to sign in to the app—one less password to keep top-of-mind.
See why using the member site and app can help you save time and save money.
Check out the new site and app now
Sign in or register at members.ab.bluecross.ca, or download the member app from the App Store or Google play.
Hi.. Dose my Seniors Plus Plan C 2559520-22 cover catheters & supplies? Regards JWK
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Blue Cross policies regarding CPAP machines is unreasonable and will cause me harm in order for me to jump through their requirements for them to partially cover the cost of replacement. I have been using a cpap for at least 15 years. I had a sleep study done 15 years ago. at that time and I don’t even know if at that time if they gave it an AHI# which they want now. my study was quite comprehensive and i participated for a year. but I cannot find the records of it. My doctors office, my cpap provider or blue cross cannot cannot find it. In order for me to get a new test I have a requisition. the problem is the test requires that I do not wear a Cpap machine for 3 days before the test. Apnea is only part of the problem that I use the machine for I also snore as load as a bear and no one in the house will sleep. plus I will not be able to talk after that due to the damage done to my throat. I have had several different health care providers over the years and this has never been a problem. So why is the Blue Cross making it a requirement that i am personally harmed in order for to cover only half of replacement through a provider? Seniors alberta blue cross does not cover any CPAP supplies or machines. My partners Blue cross is as described as above. My advice to anyone thinking of using Blue Cross as an insurance provider is Stay away.