During the current public health emergency related to COVID-19, the Wyoming Cancer Program (WCP) can reimburse providers for telehealth codes for program-covered office visits and rendered to WCP clients. Providers should use the already approved CPT and diagnosis codes when billing the program for reimbursement. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 1.800.264.1296.
My 307 Wellness is an interactive app with reliable, credible health information for you and your family. You can track health milestones and immunizations, and find information about important screenings and local resources.
Download My 307 Wellness from the Apple App Store or Google Play, or text the word “HEALTH” to 833.918.3307.
No longer accepting old applications
Please note we longer accept previous versions (prior to May 2018) of our cancer screening applications.
In 2018 the Wyoming Colorectal Cancer Screening Program and the Wyoming Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program transitioned to electronic billing for claims processing. Participating providers are required to submit all claims electronically for services rendered to program-enrolled clients. Reports are required accompanying documentation to the claim. Claims must have the clients’ Medicaid ID number to process.
The Wyoming Cancer Program is announcing program updates to the breast, cervical, and colorectal screening programs. These changes will begin on July 1st. The program will hold three live sessions where information on the updates will be shared as well as an opportunity for Q&A.
The Wyoming Cancer Program reimburses participating healthcare providers for screening services such as colonoscopies, mammograms, and Pap tests provided to enrolled clients across the state. The screenings are paid for through funds from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program and the State of Wyoming.
The program also implements the Wyoming Cancer Plan and facilitates the work of the Wyoming Cancer Coalition. Through collaborative partnerships, the program supports the implementation of evidence-based initiatives at the clinic, community, and population levels across the cancer continuum including cancer prevention, early detection, access to treatment and supportive care for survivors. Education and outreach activities are supported by the Comprehensive Cancer Control Cooperative Agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the State of Wyoming.