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Definitions; Development and use of uniform health care and hospital credentials forms
Definitions; Permitted Disclosures by Providers; Coverage of Benefit or Service; Payment of Provider, Application; Provider Credentialing; Provider Directories; Preferred Provider Agreement Prohibitions; Insurer Payment to Insured for Service Rendered by Noncontracted Provider; Requirements; Fully Credentialed Provider Reimbursement; Requirements
Timely Credentialing of Physicians by Carriers – Notice of Receipt Required – Notice of Incomplete Applications Required – Delegated Credentialing Agreements – Discrepancies – Denials of Claims Prohibited – Disclosures – Recredentialing – Enforcement – Rules – Definitions
Purpose; Authority; Applicability and Scope; Affordable Care Act; Definitions; Quality Assurance Standards; Access to Services; Adverse Health Care Treatment Decisions; Grievance Register and Grievance Procedures; Reporting Requirements; Effective Date
Provider Credentialing; Provisional Credentialing, Criteria, Reimbursement, Termination; Fully Credentialed Provider Reimbursement; Requirements
Processing applications of providers
Reimbursement for services rendered during pendency of a participating provider’s credentialing application