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You can make the first payment for your new health plan here. You can also set up automatic monthly bank account drafts or credit/debit card charges.

Enter your Application ID or your HCID from the letter or email sent to you after you signed up. If you don't have it, no problem. You can call Member Service at (855) 837-8540. If you purchased your plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace (exchange), please call Member Service at (855) 738-6652.

This is for your first payment only. You cannot make future payments here. If you only want to make the first monthly payment now and do not want to set up automatic payments, you will be billed for future monthly payments. To make your future monthly payments, you can:
  • Send them to the address on your bill
  • Pay online by logging in to and choosing Pay My Bill
  • Pay over the phone by calling the Member Service number on your ID card
The plan details are a summary for informational and comparison purposes only. Review the evidence of coverage / insurance policy (plan contract) for a detailed description of coverage benefits, co-pays, coinsurance, deductibles, limitations, and exclusions. Overview of coverage and member's share of costs (after deductible, if any) are for benefits received in-network. Member's share of costs may be more out-of-network. The rates quoted on this site are subject to change. Rates may change for a variety of reasons including, but not limited to, plan effective date, age of applicant(s), geographic location and other factors. Final rates will be set by Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare Plan of Georgia as part of the enrollment process. If there is any difference between Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare Plan of Georgia's rate assigned during enrollment and the rates quoted on this site, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Healthcare Plan of Georgia's assigned rate will prevail.