How do you choose the doctors and other providers in your networks?
We make agreements with doctors, dentists, and other health care professionals and facilities (such as hospitals and clinics) to form our provider networks. They all must meet certain professional requirements before they can take part in our networks. Networks help make sure you get the quality health care you need. You can download the full list of requirements (PDF). You can also go to Find a doctor or contact us directly for more information.
How up to date is the information in the Find a doctor tool?
The list of providers in Find a doctor is accurate based on the information provided to us. It's also current as of the date listed on this site, but may change at any time. You can always find the most up-to-date list of providers in your network on regence.com using the Find a doctor tool. You can also contact us to find out if a provider is taking new patients and whether or not they are in your network. Using these resources, you can also get information about their specialties, services, credentials and location before making your appointment.
How accurate is the information?
The provider information in the Find a doctor tool is gathered from a number of sources, including the providers themselves. We also include data from organizations that make sure a doctor is properly qualified. The information is confirmed by a variety of national and state offices. Every effort is made to ensure that the information supplied is accurate and up to date.
If I have questions or concerns about the accuracy of a provider's profile in the Find a doctor tool, what should I do?
You should contact us to ask any questions you may have.