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Contracted MultiPlan providers may request updates to their information online via the Provider Portal or by sending changes on the provider’s letterhead to MultiPlan via email to email@example.com, fax to 781-487-8273 or mail to MultiPlan Registrar, 16 Crosby Drive, Bedford, MA 01730. Refer to the MultiPlan provider handbook for complete details.
Requests must contain the following:
Group Roster Updates
Changes for providers contracted through a group must be submitted by the group administrator. Please indicate whether the update contains a full roster replacement or changes.
Note: The Registrar email account is for incoming messages only; inquiries will not receive a response.
Provider agreements refer to handbooks which provide detailed information covering a range of subjects such as reimbursement, credentialing and dispute resolution. You may also find it helpful to download a copy of our Quick Reference Guide, which gives answers to most service-related questions, and the Authorized Logo Guide.
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.
These contract provisions are not applications to participate in our networks. You can apply for participation here. (You may use your state’s form in place of the MultiPlan form for initial credentialing when applying to join our networks or for recredentialing purposes. For your convenience, find state forms here.)
Awarded yearly, this grant provides financial resources to help healthcare providers in rural areas introduce or expand services, education, screenings and other programs aimed at improving the health of people in their communities.
MultiPlan’s toy car program supplies battery-powered ride-on toy cars to pediatric units at participating hospitals. The cars give young patients a fun distraction to make their hospital visit a little less scary.