Definition of "Blue shield"

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Independent, nonprofit, membership medical-surgical plan. Benefits cover expenses associated with medical and surgical procedures. The physician and/or surgeon bills the Blue Shield plan directly rather than the patient, who is responsible for any difference between the scheduled rates and the doctor's fees.

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