The Blue Physician Recognition (BPR) designation means the physician has demonstrated a commitment to delivering quality and
patient-centered care by participating in local, national, and/or regional quality improvement and/or recognition program as determined by the local Blue Plan.
The BPR Program does not serve as a measure of the quality of care provided by a physician,
group, and/or practice or whether the physician will meet your particular healthcare needs. Absence of a BPR icon does not mean
the physician or practice is of low quality; it could simply mean that the physician or practice does not participate in a quality
program recognized by the local Blue Plan.
This information is not a recommendation or endorsement of any particular healthcare provider or their services. Absence of a BPR indicator does not mean the physician or practice is of low quality; it could simply mean that the physician or practice did not participate in the BPR program. This is just provided
as a reference to one of many factors you may consider when making a decision as to which physician you select for your care. Always seek
the advice of a physician or a qualified healthcare provider for answers to any questions you may have regarding your healthcare.