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Choosing the right doctor can seem overwhelming at times. You want to find someone you trust, who’s close to you and has openings. There’s also the added stress of making sure they’re in your plan’s network so you don’t have to pay extra costs.
What are the ways I can go about finding a doctor? You have two options when searching for a doctor:
What is Provider Finder? Our Provider Finder® now lets you compare cost and quality when it comes to health care.
What does Provider Finder do? It can help you with a number of your health decisions:
How does it work? Provider Finder is very easy to use.* All you have to do is:
Search for Doctors and Hospitals in Blue Access for MembersSM If you’ve signed up for Blue Access for MembersSM, you can also search for doctors, hospitals and other providers in the Doctors and Hospitals section. Search on the Go Download the BCBSIL App to find an in-network doctor or hospital on your mobile phone. You’ll be able to use your phone’s GPS location or input a ZIP code, and the app can pinpoint the closest provider to you. *These images are for illustration purposes only. Depending on your coverage and how you access Provider Finder, it may appear different from what is shown above.
*These images are for illustration purposes only. Depending on your coverage and how you access Provider Finder, it may appear different from what is shown above.
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