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Help your patients experience lower costs on lab services

Refer your patients to a Designated Diagnostic Provider

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Help your patients experience lower costs on lab services

Refer your patients to a Designated Diagnostic Provider

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Help your patients experience lower costs on lab services

Refer your patients to a Designated Diagnostic Provider

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Latest UnitedHealthcare Provider News

Last Modified | 01.25.2022

A 100-day supply of medications is now available in 22 states for the same copay as a 90-day supply.

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Last Modified | 01.21.2022

Beginning April 1, 2022, the entire claim will be denied if outpatient cardiovascular prior authorizations are not received or denied due to lack of medical necessity for Medicare Advantage plans.

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Last Modified | 01.21.2022

Prior authorization is required for occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech therapy for UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Maryland members starting May 1, 2022.

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Last Modified | 01.20.2022

Starting Feb. 4, 2022, UnitedHealthcare will no longer mail provider remittance advice (PRAs) for medical claims to network providers and facilities in the following states: CT, DC, DE, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA, VT and WV. View in the portal through Optum Pay or EDI.

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Last Modified | 01.20.2022

Beginning March 4, 2022, most* contracted medical providers will need to view Medicare Advantage (including Dual Special Needs) and commercial appeal decision letters online in Document Library or with API.

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