Hey there Birdiem.............good luck.
With Blue Cross as your provider just be sure to verify not only with the physician but your plan that it is in the network and you should have very little difficulty. I say this as every once in awhile I will get a notice from Blue Cross with a note unable to pay the claim due to "out of network" and every time it is just a billing snafu where the wrong code was input by the Dr's office, Lab or whatever when it was sent to Blue Cross. You may find from time to time you need to call your customer service line at Blue Cross to get it straightened out. Keep good records of your appts and what was done and dates etc.
I am very pleased having Blue Cross overall and I am sure you will be as well.
61 yr old male~Colitis 1st diagnosed Jan '05-cleared up within a few wks. Flared again in May '06 (now UC) & hospitalized 5/07-currently heading towards a remission. Osteopena of spine from prednisone DX 8/07 Oct 07 feeling quite normal most days. 150mg Imuran 15 mg prednisone & tapering, 12 Asacol, Lidocaine Hydrochloride Jelly 2%,multi vitamin, iron 1X day, DanActive, chewable calcium, Prilosec 20mg, enalapril 10mg, glipizide 5 mg, zocor 20 mg, baby aspirin, (Fentanyl pain patch 50mg 72 hrs Morphine Sulf 15 mg twice daily)Cortifoam enemas AM & PM, folic acid 1mg, Fosamax 1x month