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  • Access clinical, preventive guidelines on ProvLink
    April 09, 2015

    Evidence-based clinical practice and preventive health guidelines help practitioners choose appropriate care for specific clinical circumstances, reduce unnecessary variation and improve the quality of care provided to members. You can access the guidelines on ProvLink. 

  • Another sleep aid found to cause next-day impairment
    April 09, 2015

    The FDA has decreased the recommended starting dose of Lunesta® from 3 mg to 1 mg at bedtime for both men and women after a study found that the sleep agent was associated with next-morning impairment of driving skills, memory and coordination. 

  • Important updates on ICD10 test claims for 2015
    April 09, 2015

    Providence Health Plan will begin accepting ICD10 test claims from providers through their clearinghouses on Feb. 2. Find out how and when to submit a test claim and new submission requirements for Oct. 1, 2015.

  • Making the most of an annual health visit
    April 09, 2015

    Do your patients ask questions during their annual visits? Does it seem like they’re unsure of what to discuss? Use our wellness checklist to help prompt a dialogue with your patients.  

  • Providence Health Plan announces Clear Coverage improvements
    April 09, 2015

    As part of our efforts to "ease the way" for our providers, in coming weeks Providence Health Plan will make several updates and upgrades to Clear Coverage, our online prior authorization tool. We expect the changes to help you more easily obtain correct member and service information and make better use of the tool’s advanced features. 

  • Recent measles outbreak points to lower vaccination rates
    April 09, 2015

    Researchers analyzing two data sources discover the measles outbreak that began at Disneyland has quickly spread because of lower than expected vaccination rates in the general population.