How to find health care provider information

Your relationships with your doctors and other care providers can have a big impact on your health care. The resources below can help you pick doctors, hospitals, and other providers that work for you.

See your doctor's plan network before you enroll

Find out if your health care provider participates in a plan's network when you compare plans on HealthCare.gov. Just enter your doctor's or other provider's name when looking at plans to see if they're in-network.

Depending on the kind of plan you pick, using a doctor in your network usually saves you money.

Compare care providers & facilities

These tools let you search and compare the quality of providers, hospitals, and other care facilities in your area.

  • Doctors and other care providers: Compare the performance of physicians and other health professionals near you.
  • Hospitals: Compare hospitals near you based on a large variety of quality-of-care measures. Includes information on some Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers.
  • Nursing homes: Compare nursing homes based on quality, staffing, health inspection reports, and more.
  • Home health agencies: Compare the quality of care provided by home health agencies.
  • Dialysis facilities: Compare the quality of care in dialysis facilities near you.

Quality ratings for health plans

Health plans are rated by quality of care and following proven best practices. In some states, you can see quality measures when you shop for plans. This program may expand to more states in the future. Learn more about plan quality ratings.