San Francisco Health Plan’s Adult and Pediatric Preventive Health Care Guidelines have recently been updated:
Other Useful Links:
- CDC Immunization Guidelines: Children and Adult Guidelines
- San Francisco City Clinic’s STD Prevention Guidelines
- Tuberculosis Screening Guidelines and TB Treatment
- Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines
- US Preventive Services Task Force (Child and Adolescent Recommendations)
- US Preventive Services Task Force (Recommendations for Adults)
- California Smokers’ Helpline
- Hepatitis B Diagnostic Flowchart
- Summary Recommendation for Chronic Hepatitis B Infection
CHDP and many health plans including Blue Cross and SFHP have different periodicity for well checks for children and adolescents. The San Francisco Health Plan recommends an annual well child exam between ages 2-20, consistent with recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
SFHP’s new clinical practice guidelines and patient education tools for the management of patients with diabetes have been approved by SFHP’s Physician Advisory and Quality Improvement and Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committees.
Other Useful Links:
- Type II Diabetes Clinical Practice Guidelines – under revision
- Comprehensive Care for Type II Diabetes – under revision
- American Diabetes Association Clinical Practice Guidelines
Additional useful links and SFHP endorsed guidelines:
- Avoid Antibiotic Resistance
- JNC7 Guidelines for Hypertension
- ATPIII Guidelines for Hypercholesterolemia
SFHP determines medical necessity using Interqual, Up-to-Date and other nationally recognized evidence-based criteria. In addition, we develop our own criteria for specific situations. The following criteria are updated and approved by the SFHP Quality Improvement Committee. If you have any questions, please call (415) 547-7818 ext 7080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following guidelines are used to determine authorization status for UCSF members and out-of-network referrals for the Community Health Network (CHN) medical group only. These guidelines apply to Medi-Cal, Healthy Workers and Healthy Kids: