Network Access Plan Network Adequacy and Corrective Action Process Bright Health has established standards for network adequacy and the availability of providers and facilities to ensure our provider network is sufficient to meet the needs of our members. Bright Health maintains a

Access provider ISPs provide Internet access, employing a range of technologies to connect users to their network. Available technologies have ranged from computer modems with acoustic couplers to telephone lines, to television cable (CATV), Wi-Fi , and fiber optics. Become a Colorado Access Provider We are currently adding new providers to our physical health and behavioral health networks, in the following instances: Regional Accountable Entity Regions 3 & 5: We are currently contracting with primary care providers (MDs, DOs, NPs) in the counties of Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, and Elbert. To access your specific provider network you can login to your My Account or simply type your 11-digit Member ID Number found on your Aspirus Member ID Card. Member ID: * Member ID must be 11 numbers in length Feedback Will open a new window Will open a new window Selection of Provider and Facility Specialty Types . Through the development of the network adequacy criteria, CMS establishes national standards that would ensure access to covered healthcare services. CMS identifies provider and facility specialty types critical to providing services through a consideration of: Welcome to the New Provider Experience. At Anthem, we value you as a provider in our network. That's why we are redesigning the provider site to make it easier to use and more useful for you. We're working hard to move our resources into this new experience. In the meantime, you can still access all of our resources on our legacy site.

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Contact us. We're here to help. If you have questions, please contact us at: PAN Foundation PO Box 30500 Bethesda, MD 20824 Phone: 1-866-316-7263 Fax: 866-316-7261 Section 400.10 Health Provider Network Access and Reporting Requirements. The operator of a facility shall obtain from the Department’s Health Provider Network (HPN), HPN accounts for each facility he or she operates and ensure that sufficient, knowledgeable staff will be available to and shall maintain and keep current such accounts.

Bridge gives members access to a combination of our existing HIP Insurance Company of New York (HIPIC) Prime Network, Group Health Incorporated (GHI) National Network, ConnectiCare, Inc. (CCI) Choice Network, as well as QualCare’s and FirstHealth’s networks.

You are searching Network Access providers within the network Doctor This Provider Directory includes participating providers in all specialties. Your specific Before applying to join the network, providers must first be TRICARE-certified. Get certified. Once you are certified and agree to the following, you can join the network: Accepts the TRICARE Maximum Allowable Charge (TMAC) minus an agreed-upon discount as payment in full; Agrees to submit claims electronically for TRICARE beneficiaries In response to these network designs, states and the federal government implemented regulations requiring a minimum level of access to care and services. The NCQA Provider Network Accreditation helps organizations maintain a high-quality network for members and clients by ensuring organizations: Ensure appropriate client agreements. The regulations shall include standards for: a quality management program; provider participation in a network; adequacy of the provider network with respect to the scope and type of health care benefits provided by the carrier, the geographic service area covered by the provider network and access to medical specialists, when appropriate