The UnitedHealthcare Provider Portal has more than 40 tools that allow you to take action on claims and get the answers you need quickly. It’s available 24/7 – and at no cost to you. All without having to pick up the phone.
Access resources, information and tools to help you provide care to patients and support your practice during the public health emergency. You’ll find details on federal, state and health plan requirements, claim and billing guidelines for COVID-19 testing, treatment and vaccines, and any temporary provisions in effect. The site is updated as new information becomes available.
Louisiana Medicaid: Updated urine drug testing policy from the Louisiana Department of Health
Effective June 16, 2022, universal drug testing/screening in a primary care setting will no longer be covered. Drug testing without signs or symptoms of substance use, or without current controlled substance treatment, will not be covered. Please be aware of this policy change when treating UnitedHealthcare Community Plan members and filing claims.
Michigan Medicaid: What you need to know about caring for members with hepatitis C
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) launched the We Treat Hep C Initiative to help eliminate the hepatitis C virus (HCV) in Michigan. The We Treat Hep C initiative has removed barriers to care and offers support to health care professionals testing and treating UnitedHealthcare Community Plan members for hepatitis C.
Find the latest announcements, updates and reminders – prior authorization requirements, policy and protocol changes, reimbursement updates and other important information to guide how your practice works with UnitedHealthcare and our members.
Learn more about the requirements of the No Surprises Act of 2020 and the out-of-network claims covered under the Act. Step-by-step instructions guide you through submitting a negotiation request through the UnitedHealthcare Provider Portal.