If you’re thinking about buying a new computer, you may be wondering what to do with your old one: do you toss it, let someone else in the family use it, or just hide it in the closet? Well, whichever you decide, there are some important things to know, and do, to ensure the security
‘Tis the season for many tweens and teens to receive their first smartphone, tablet or other internet-connected device. When giving the gift of tech, parents should also do what they can to give the gift of online safety. While most young people have grown up with technology and are comfortable navigating their online lives, a
The spirit of giving is in the air at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska (BCBSNE). On Dec. 8, more than 140 BCBSNE employees reported to Omaha Hy-Vee and JC Penney locations to ring bells for the Omaha Salvation Army. The Salvations Army’s Annual Red Kettle Campaign is one of their largest initiatives.
For nearly 80 years, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska has been committed to providing our members with peace of mind, stability and security in the face of ever-increasing health care costs. That commitment includes maintaining our long-term viability and independence so that future generations of Nebraskans can continue to count on us to
Nebraska’s Governor awarded Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska (BCBSNE) the Governor’s Large Grower Wellness Award. President and CEO Steve Martin accepted the award at the Wellcom Excellence in Worksite Wellness Awards Luncheon in November. The award recognizes BCBSNE’s efforts to change employee health behaviors by providing an evidence-based worksite wellness program. A free