Providers

Health care, uncomplicated.

We’re working to make the health care experience better—for everyone.

 

In an increasingly complex health care environment, UnitedHealthcare offers solutions that help health care professionals save time and serve patients.

UnitedHealthcare Online

A resource for physicians and other health care professionals

Find clinical and scientific information from nationally recognized physician experts, advisory boards and professional associations.

Use the tools and resources to simplify your practice administration, including online patient eligibility information, claim submission and Electronic Payments & Statements (EPS).

 

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Join our Network

Join one of the strongest networks in the country for simplified administration, powerful online tools, competitive fees and in-depth information when you need it most.

UnitedHealth Group was the top ranking company in the insurance and managed care sector on Fortune’s 2015 “World’s Most Admired Companies” list. This is the fifth straight year UnitedHealth Group ranked No. 1 overall in its sector and the sixth year in a row the company has been rated No. 1 in its sector for innovation.*

Visit UnitedHealthcare Online (select) “New User” and follow the prompts) or call our National Credentialing Center at 1-877-842-3210 for more information on joining our network.

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* March 2015. FORTUNE is a registered trademark of Time, Inc. FORTUNE and Time Inc. are not affiliated with, and do not endorse products or services of UnitedHealth Group.

Find a Doctor

Search our provider directory to find a doctor, hospital or other health care professional.

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UnitedHealth Premium®

Recognizing physicians who meet quality and cost efficiency standards

Questions about your UnitedHealth Premium designation? Learn more about the program and see your assessment results.

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Health Reform for Providers

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) brings significant changes to health care. Learn more about how some of these changes may impact your practice.

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HIPAA and EDI

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 includes a set of rules to help ensure that all medical records, medical billing and patient accounts meet certain consistent documentation, handling and privacy standards.

The use of standardized electronic transactions helps to ensure the privacy and security of sensitive health information with the electronic exchange of data. Companion documents describe UnitedHealthcare company-specific details for EDI transactions for our Electronic Delivery Interface (EDI) partners.

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