Blue Cross Blue Shield The planned settlement includes ending a requirement that two-thirds of each Blue Cross Blue Shield company's national revenue comes from Blue-branded businesses. (Photo: Shutterstock)

National employers would find it easier to obtain Blue Cross Blue Shield coverage through insurers other than Blues in their headquarters' state under a proposed anti-trust settlement, the Wall Street Journal is reporting. The agreement would give small, one-state Blue insurers access to mega-corporations for the first time.

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