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- Medical services: Find preferred providers on the Regence website
- Prescription drugs: Find a network pharmacy (Pharmacy Locator)
Note: UMP does not cover dental services; search for dental providers through PEBB.
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When you see a preferred provider...
- You pay less. Compare the plans to see how much you'll pay for different providers.
- Preventive care services (including immunizations) are covered in full.
- The provider submits claims and preauthorization requests to the plan on your behalf.
- The provider won't bill you for more than the plan allowed amount.
Tip: Not all covered provider types are preferred. Find preferred providers by using the Provider Search or by calling Customer Service at 1-888-849-3681.
The plan pays for covered services only when performed by a covered provider type. All network and non-network providers are covered provider types.
If you see an out-of-network provider that is not a covered provider type, the plan will not pay for any of the services received; you will be responsible for all charges. As with all noncovered services, any payments you make to a noncovered provider type will not apply toward your medical deductible or medical out-of-pocket limit.
See approved providers who can provide Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy.
|Provider specialty type code||Provider specialty type name|
|ARNP||Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner|
|CCCA||Cert of Clinical Competence/Audiology|
|CGC||Certified Genetics Counselor|
|CNFA||Certified Nurse First Assist|
|CNM||Certified Nurse Midwife|
|CRNA||Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist|
|CRNFA||Certified Registered Nurse First Assist|
|DC||Doctor of Chiropractic|
|DDS||Doctor of Dental Surgery|
|DMD||Doctor of Dental Medicine|
|DO||Doctor of Osteopathy|
|DPM||Doctor of Podiatric Medicine|
|EAMP||East Asian Medicine Practitioner|
|LCPC||Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor|
|LCSW||Licensed Clinical Social Worker|
|LICSW||Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker|
|LMFT||Licensed Marriage/Family Therapist|
|LMHC||Licensed Mental Health Counselor|
|LMT||Licensed Massage Therapist|
|LMSW||Licensed Master Social Worker|
|MD||Doctor of Medicine|
|MSW||Masters in Social Work|
|ND||Doctor of Naturopathy|
|OTR||Registered Occupational Therapist|
|PAC||Physician Assistant Certified|
|PMHNP||Psych. Mental Health Nurse Practitioner|
|PSYD||Doctorate in Psychology|
|RNFA||Registered Nurse First Assist|
|RNSA||Registered Nurse Surgical Assistant|
|RPT||Registered Physical Therapist|
|SLP||Speech Language Pathologist|
A primary care provider (PCP) is a doctor or other provider (such as a nurse practitioner) specializing in one of the following:
- family or general practice
- internal medicine
- adult medicine
You are not required to select a PCP, but choosing one has benefits. A PCP can help identify which preventive care tests and screenings you need at each stage of life, diagnose and treat a variety of health care issues, and help coordinate your care with specialists.
Think of a PCP as the person who knows the most about your health history and can provide or recommend services based on your needs. To find a PCP in your area, use the provider search on the Regence website.
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