It’s important to stay in network when seeking care in order to keep your costs down. That’s why we offer several tools that help you find providers and services within our large network of health systems.

The type of in-network care available to you depends on your health plan. On your member ID card, find your plan type and select the tile below to learn more about in-network care as it applies to your specific plan.

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Choose the tile that matches the plan type on your Priority Health member ID card.

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In network versus out of network

Learn what counts as in network versus out of network and how staying in network saves you money.

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Finding in-network care

You can use the Find a Doctor tool anytime to find in-network doctors and specialists.

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Getting care before you’re sick

Staying in network and shopping for costs saves you money—as does taking advantage of the no-cost preventive care provided in your plan.

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Shopping for care

Use our Cost Estimator tool to search for in-network providers and procedures to find the best price for your budget.

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Knowing the terms

Understanding your health plan is difficult if you don’t know insurance jargon. Use our glossary to help you navigate these tricky terms.

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In your member account, select Get Help to send us a secure message. Or you can call the Customer Service phone number on the back of your member ID card.

*If you have a Telehealth PCP - Virtual First plan you must first contact your assigned virtual Doctor On Demand primary care physician (PCP) to receive non-emergency care. Please refer to your plan documents for more information.