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List of contracted, high-quality independent lab providers
Update, verify and attest to your practice's demographic data
Provider search for doctors, clinics and facilities, plus dental and mental health
Policies for most plan types, plus protocols, guidelines and credentialing information
Specifically for Commercial and Medicare Advantage (MA) products
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Resources and support to prepare for and deliver care by telehealth
Important news updates for you
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Last update: Nov. 20, 2020
Each year, members respond to a survey on their experience with healthcare. Based on encounters with healthcare professionals, members told us this year there were opportunities for improvement in three areas:
To help practicing physicians gain and strengthen an effective and personal communication style, thus improving patient-physician communication and rapport, we are offering a list of practical steps. We hope that these tips will remind you that simple choices in words, information depth, speech patterns, body position and facial expression can greatly affect the quality of one-to-one communication between the patient and physician.
Communication traps to avoid
Thank you for taking care of our members!