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Choosing A Primary Care Doctor...

Five Tips For Choosing A New Primary Care Physician:
1. Determine Which Doctors Are “In-Network”:
Most health plans have negotiated with certain doctors and hospitals in your area, and you will pay less out of pocket for visiting those doctors, who are called "in-network" for insurance purposes. Ensuring that you select an “in-network” doctor will help you avoid a surprise “out-of-network” charge or having to pay in full out of pocket because the doctor you’ve selected doesn’t accept your insurance plan.
2. Find a Doctor with Expertise that Meets Your Health Needs:
Family Practice, Internal Medicine, or General Practice.
3. Ask for Referrals:
Many people feel most comfortable visiting a physician who is recommended by someone they know, like a family member, co-worker or friend. Ask around and see what doctor your friends and family visit.
4. Think About Logistics:
Do you want a doctor located close to your home or office? Use your Insurance company’s doctor directory or “provider finder” to search for doctors with an office location that is convenient for you to visit. It’s also a good idea to check what hospital the doctor admits patients to.
5. Visit the Doctor:
Nothing can really give you a feel for whether you’ve selected the right doctor like an office visit and a face-to-face meeting. Be sure you feel comfortable in the office and with the physician and nurses. Your primary care physician should be someone you trust and can rely on to help manage your healthcare.

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