Here are the search results for your network/health plan: Providence Preferred (PPO).
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Before you schedule an appointment with a health care provider, be sure to confirm that the provider you have selected is accepting new patients and accepts your specific insurance plan.
It is your responsibility to verify whether or not the health care is a Covered Service even if you have been directed or referred for care by a Participating Provider.
Coverage for this plan is limited to Oregon and southwest Washington.
Providence values our network of high-quality health care providers. To participate with Providence Health Plans, the provider must meet a set of quality standards.
Quality scoring for managing disease is based on the provider’s treatment of adult patients with chronic conditions including respiratory problems, heart conditions, depression, back pain and diabetes.
Quality scoring for preventing disease is based on the ongoing use of preventive health screenings or services. This measure is currently based on screening for breast cancer (mammography).
What does “not applicable” mean?
Quality ratings are currently available for providers in family practice and internal medicine. Quality ratings are not currently available for other types of providers or facilities.
What does “not enough information” mean?
In order to ensure an accurate representation of the work done by individual providers, quality ratings are available only for providers who care for 50 or more Providence Health Plans patients per year.
What does “rating not available” mean?
This physician has elected not to share his/her quality ratings.