REMINDER: Premera Secure Portal Tools Now Available Through AvailitySign in to Availity to access the following tools:
To learn more about Availity secure tools, view the Availity Tips and Resources tutorial or check out Premera-specific webinars in the Availity Learning Center. Simply sign in to Availity, and go to the Availity Learning Center > Help & Training > Get Trained and enter the keyword "Premera."
Availity Tips and Resources tutorial video: Get tips on using Availity tools for eligibility and benefits, claims and payments, prior authorizations, Premera
HMO referrals, EFT, and more. You can also view an Availity Tips and Resources guide.
C3 Claims Editor tool tutorial video: Learn about Premera's new C3 Claims Editor tool. You'll find the tool under the Resources tab in the Availity Payer Space for Premera. You can also view a C3 Claims Editor guide.
Updating Provider Information tutorial video:Instructions for maintaining your demographic information and resources to keep your data current.
You can also view a Provider Information user guide.
PCP roster: Learn how to download a roster of our members who've selected a PCP in your office. To use the PCP roster, you'll need to sign in to the Premera secure provider portal.
Visit our Quality and Coding Tools page for quality measure tip sheets, documentation and coding guides, web-based training, and more.
Coding major depressive disorder: Accurately code and document major depressive disorder. Divided into four short sections, this training is part of a condition-focused series.
Coding respiratory: Learn how to accurately document and assign diagnosis codes for patients with multiple respiratory diseases.
Coding diabetes: Documenting and accurately coding diabetes can be challenging. Learn how to prevent common coding errors.
Coding cancer: Use these tips to avoid errors when coding and documenting cancer.
We know it can be challenging to find time for trainings and educational opportunities. Workshops will continue in 2023 - look for updates in Provider News.
Availity WebinarsPremera uses Availity secure online provider tools. To register for a webinar, or view upcoming or recently recorded Availity webinars, sign in to Availity and visit the Availity Learning Center. Go to Help & Training > Get Trained and enter the keyword Premera to find Premera webinars.
Watch the Availity Tips and Resources tutorial videofor tips on using Availity tools for eligibility and benefits, claims and payments, prior authorizations, Premera
HMO referrals, and EFT, or view the Availity Tips and Resources guide.
Watch previous Premera workshopsPremera Mobile Crisis Services Support Webinar | slides, February 28, 2024Premera HMO Core Plus Plan | slides, December 6, 2023
Shared Admin and BlueCard, July 13, 2022Behavioral Health, May 11, 2022Premera and Healthcare in 2022, January 19, 2022
Credentialing, November 10, 2021Claims Editing, September 15, 2021No Surprises Act, July 21, 2021Medicare Advantage, May 12, 2021COVID-19, March
Questions?We're here to help. Just email us at ProviderExperience@premera.com.
View sample ID cards, learn about plans, new networks, and copays with the ID card guide.
Premera uses Availity for secure provider portal
Premera uses Availity as its primary secure portal. Sign in to Availity or register and get training. View our Availity provider FAQ for more details.
To access the PCP roster and payment policies on our secure premera.com provider portal, providers must sign up for OneHealthPort. Visit
OneHealthPort and select the Register tab in the Single Sign-On section. If you need help, call 800-973-4797.
OneHealthPort is an independent company providing online account management and single-sign on service to multiple health plans.
Availity is an independent provider of health information network services that does not provide Blue Cross Blue Shield products or services. Availity is solely responsible for its products and services.
Increasing equitable access to quality, affordable healthcare tailored to fit a community's needs.
At Premera, our purpose is to improve customers' lives by making healthcare work better. That means we need to recognize the areas where healthcare falls short. Many long-standing health inequities exist because of poverty, systemic racism, and discrimination.
The result is unfair, unjust, and can have a negative impact on health.
There are many resources available to build knowledge in health equity that provide tools for you to best connect with your patients and community.
Access resources to build knowledge in health equity that provide tools for you to best connect with your patients and community.
Check out our coding tools and guides to help make coding easier.