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February 02, 2018

Issue I 2018 Medicare Newsletter

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) of 2015, requires the removal of Social Security Numbers (SSNs) from all Medicare cards by April 2019.

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December 29, 2017

Issue III 2017 Medicare Newsletter

You wanted a simpler, more efficient way to interact with us. We delivered. The new portal is now live and packed with features to help you care for your patients – our members – to ensure they have a positive health care experience.

physicians
December 01, 2017

Issue IV 2017 Medicare Newsletter

At WellCare, we value everything you do to deliver quality care to our members – your patients – to make sure they have a positive health care experience.

Medicaid Newsletters

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February 01, 2018

Issue I 2018 Provider Newsletter

Effective January 1, 2018 the Department of Community Health (DCH), Medicaid Division, will provide coverage for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) services for individuals under the age of 21.

Doctors
July 01, 2017

Issue 2 2017 Provider Newsletter

As part of the new DCH contract effective 7/1/2017, WellCare will continue to focus on integrating Physical and Behavioral Health. In order to deliver quality patient care, there must be communication and coordination between these two disciplines.

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October 02, 2017

Issue 3 2017 Provider Newsletter

You wanted a simpler, more efficient way to interact with us. We delivered. The new portal is now live and packed with features to help you care for your patients – our members – to ensure they have a positive health care experience.

Healthy Eating
December 01, 2017

Issue 4 2017 Provider Newsletter

Members put on anticoagulant medication are known to be at high risk for adverse events, specifically, bleeding. A study of emergency department (ED) visits for adverse events estimated that anticoagulants were associated with 17.6 percent of the visits, with 48.8 percent of cases resulting in hospitalization.1

 

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Last Updated On: 10/5/2016