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Yes, practitioners have a right to review the credentialing/recredentialing information obtained during the credentialing/recredentialing process with the exception of peer-review protected information. For details on how you can obtain this credentialing/recredentialing information, you can submit a request online.
Providers in certain states may use their state’s form in place of the MultiPlan form for initial credentialing when applying to join our networks or for recredentialing purposes. We have the forms posted here for your convenience. (Note that to apply to join our networks, these forms must be accompanied by a completed and signed MultiPlan provider contract.)
If required by your state, certain provisions are included in your contract, as set out in the State Law Coordinating Provision (SLCP) exhibit. Periodically, we make modifications to the SLCP exhibit to reflect changes in state law. To see our current SLCP exhibits, please click here.
For patient benefit information, you will need to contact your patient’s insurance company, human resources representative or health plan administrator directly. That telephone number can usually be found on the back of the patient’s ID card.
For claims questions and/or forms, contact your patient’s insurance company, human resources representative or health plan administrator directly. That telephone number can usually be found on the back of the patient’s ID card.
There are two ways to submit a claim.
If a specific problem arises, please contact the claims payer’s customer service department listed on the patient’s ID card or on the Explanation of Benefits (EOB) statement.
When a problem arises, you should contact our Service Operations department as soon as possible, as required by your contract, to provide all information pertinent to the problem. You can request service online. If the issue can’t be resolved immediately, it will be escalated to a provider service representative. Escalated issues are resolved in less than five business days on average.
While MultiPlan does not require National Provider Identifier (NPI), providers are required to include their NPI on all electronic claims as mandated by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Claims payers and clearinghouses, both of which are required to recognize only a provider’s NPI as the provider identifier on all electronic claims, may reject electronic claims that do not contain the provider’s NPI. Although not yet required on paper claims, we recommend that providers include NPI on all paper claims to facilitate processing.
You can request it online or submit your request on letterhead with the contract holder’s signature via fax at 888-850-7604 or via mail to MultiPlan, Attn: Contract Requests, 16 Crosby Drive, Bedford, MA 01730.
Our clients include a diverse base of insurance carriers, self-insured employers, labor management plans and governmental agencies. Many employers also use the PHCS and/or MultiPlan networks through third-party administrators (TPAs), HMOs, UR and case management firms.
Our client lists are now available in our online Provider Portal. To get started go to the Provider Portal, choose Click here if you do not have an account. Once you log in, you will see the client lists in the lower left of the home page or under Help and Resources. A user guide is also available within the portal.
Submit your request on letterhead with the contract holder’s signature via fax at 781-487-8273, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via mail to MultiPlan, Attn: Registrar, 16 Crosby Drive, Bedford, MA 01730.
Clients whose plan members have access to our networks are required to utilize a MultiPlan and/or PHCS logo on member ID cards and the MultiPlan and/or PHCS name and/or logo on the Explanation of Benefits (EOB) statement.
MultiPlan periodically uses our internal call center to verify provider data via outbound telephone calls. The representatives making these calls will always identify themselves as being from MultiPlan. They are primarily trying to verify information we have on file, such as TIN or service address, which will help us process healthcare claims/bills on behalf of our clients and their health plan members. The call back number they leave if they do not reach a live person is 866-331-6256.
Should you experience difficulties with a particular payor during your participation in our Network, we will work closely with you and the payor to resolve any issue. Our contractors, Customer Service Professionals and Account Managers work as a team to liaise between MultiPlan payors and providers. This helps us to ensure that claims payment and contract administration are handled efficiently and effectively. The team is also responsible for adhering to all guidelines and requirements necessary to comply with HIPAA regulations. You can be assured that we do all we can to keep the relationship between our two most important constituencies – MultiPlan payors and providers – healthy and effective.
MultiPlan recommends that you always call to verify eligibility and to confirm if pre-certification and/or authorization for services are required. The number to call will be on the back of the patient’s healthcare ID card.
Send your completed HCFA or UB claim form with your regular billed charges to the claims remittance address indicated on the patient’s ID card. Please do not send your completed claim form to MultiPlan.
You should receive your payment within 30 business days after the patient’s claims payer has received a completed legible claim, as required of our clients by our participating provider agreements.
MultiPlan uses a variety of steerage techniques including the online searchable database, downloadable directories and direct links from our clients’ websites. We also assist our clients in creating member educational materials.
You should always verify eligibility when presented with an identification card showing a PHCS and/or MultiPlan network logo, just as you would with any other patient. You should also collect a co-payment if applicable, at the time of service and then submit a clean claim to the payer in a timely manner following the instructions on the back of the patient’s healthcare ID card.
To become a ValuePoint by MultiPlan provider, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
If you are a rural hospital participating in the MultiPlan or PHCS Network, you may submit an application for a grant. Applications are sent by mail, and also posted on our website, usually in the summer.
If you are a hospital with a pediatric unit and would like to submit a request for your facility to receive a toy car, please contact your regional network representative.