First, you can request participation in the network online. If your network panel is open and we intend to pursue a contract, a local network manager will reach out to you to begin the contracting process. If it is not open or we do not intend to pursue a contract, you will be notified by letter or e-mail.”
After contracting, we'll get your credentialing application from the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH)* to begin the credentialing process. When you complete credentialing, your contract will be finalized and you'll receive welcome materials to get up and running. Ready to get started? Choose a link below.
*We use ProviderSourceTM for credentialing practitioners in Washington State. Just designate Aetna as an authorized health plan to access this information on your application.
(For workers' compensation network in Texas, just call 1-800-937-6824.)
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