Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) has a new patient portal, MyChart, as of March 27, 2021. Most test results are displayed in MyChart as soon as they are available.
With SCCA's patient portal, MyChart, you will be able to communicate with your care team, view your medical records and have access to other resources.
At Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA), you and your family are our top priority. Not only is your care team here to support you, we have many other resources and services available to both patients and caregivers.
Nearly 90 SCCA physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners recognized for excellence in patient care. MyChart is SCCA's new patient portal, as of March 27. Patients will have access to communicate with their care team, view their medical records and other resources.
At SCCA, we provide care beyond cancer treatment. With supportive care services from nutrition to physical therapy and psychiatry to integrative medicine, we have specialists who are here when you and your family need them – before, during or after treatment.
We opened our first outpatient clinic in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood 20 years ago to lead the world in translating scientific discovery into the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure of cancer so that our patients can live longer, healthier lives.#N#It's the same vision that inspires our work today.
Contact SCCA Patient Financial Services at (206) 606-6226 or toll free at (800) 304-1763. Read more information on Washington Healthplanfinder here. Many people seeking insurance through Washington Healthplanfinder will not have in-network coverage for cancer treatment at SCCA. Because this may affect you and your family’s out-of-pocket cost ...
SCCA and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) SCCA supports the goals of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to improve insurance coverage for those who have insurance, to extend affordable coverage to the uninsured, and to improve health care quality and patient safety.
SCCA directs patients without insurance to their state-specific Health Care Exchange. Washington residents can use Washington Healthplanfinder to choose a plan based on cost, coverage, convenience, or any other factors that are important to you.
If your insurance company fails to pay due to lack of pre-authorization, you will be financially responsible for payment. Contact your primary care doctor’s office for a referral to SCCA if your insurance plan requires a primary care provider referral before you can be treated here. If you are uninsured.
A Financial Coordinator can assist you with understanding your insurance benefits. Call (206) 606-6226 or toll-free at (800) 304-1763 and ask to be transferred to a Financial Coordinator. Or, contact your SCCA clinic scheduler to arrange an appointment with a Financial Coordinator.
Health insurers often require pre-authorization for certain services, including CT, MRI, and PET imaging; chemotherapy; radiation therapy; and bone marrow transplants. We will work with you to get pre-authorization from your insurance carrier for services we provide.
On March 27, 2021, SCCA will adopt a new patient portal, MyChart. Among many resources, you will be able to pay your bill with MyChart.#N#View More or Activate Your Account