Choosing Quality Care

In health care, quality means getting appropriate, timely, personalized care that produces the best possible results. Here, you'll find a variety of resources to help you learn more about quality care so you can be better prepared to make smart choices and get better care overall.

Compare Care Options:

Knowing where to go for care can save you time and money When you or a loved one is hurt or ill, you often have four choices about where to go for care. Learn more


Laboratory Services:

Laboratory services are medical tests that assist physicians in diagnosing a condition or checking how your care is progressing. Compare cost estimates for common laboratory services.  More


Back Pain - What you need to know

Eight out of 10 people experience back pain at some point in their lives. Whether you're looking for information about choosing a provider to help you deal with a chronic back issue or you're trying to prevent a back injury, you'll find helpful information. More


Choosing Wisely® aims to promote conversations between providers and patients by helping patients choose care that is:

  • Supported by evidence
  • Not duplicative of other tests or procedures already received
  • Free from harm
  • Truly necessary

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Other Quality Resources

Clinic Quality

Hospital Quality

Physician Quality

Other Helpful Resources

Need help locating a provider in your Medica plan's network?

  • Use Medica's online directory
  • Call Medica Customer Service (The phone number is on your Medica member ID card)

Questions about your benefits?

  • Check out the Benefits & Coverage section on
  • Call Medica Customer Service (The phone number is listed on your Medica member ID card)

Looking for answers to questions about your health?

  • Check out My Health Rewards by Medica® on
  • Contact Medica CallLink® nurse line. Registered nurses are available 24/7.
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Looking for general cost estimates for services outside of Medica's service area? 

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