Provider tools and resources
Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH)
Save time on filling out multiple forms by completing the CAQH credentialing application kit. It's entirely free to providers and helps practices save money on administrative resources. Complete your application kit on the CAQH website.
Learn more about our credentialing criteria for professional providers.
Network Participation and Credentialing
Thank you for your interest in becoming a participating provider at AmeriHealth New Jersey. All providers interested in participating must complete the credentialing application.*
AmeriHealth New Jersey does not credential social workers, psychologists, or clinical professionals. Please contact Magellan.
New accreditation requirements: Office-based varicose vein procedures
Effective June 1, 2019, all network offices that perform varicose vein procedures will need to obtain office-level accreditation from the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) Vein Center. All network offices that plan to perform or would like to continue performing varicose vein procedures must appear on the IAC-approved list for Vein Center Accreditation by June 1, 2019, indicating that they have met the IAC standards. Those offices who fail to meet the requirements by this date will no longer be reimbursed for varicose vein procedures.
To learn more about the IAC Vein Center accreditation program, please visit the IAC website or call 1-800-838-2110. If you have additional questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your name, contact number, and provider ID number in your email.
Keep Your Information Current
Keeping your practice information up-to-date isn’t just important for credentialing purposes — it’s important for health plan records and directories, too. The CAQH ProView™ online application makes it quick and easy for you to stay current by allowing you to update only the information that needs to change. There’s no need to resubmit information that should stay the same.
In addition, it is important that you notify your Provider Partnership Associate if you’ve made changes to any of the following:
- your mailing address
- your phone number
- name of your practice
- your office hours
- your acceptance of new patients
- your plan to dissolve your practice
All Magellan providers must use Magellan’s online Provider Data Change Form to update their practice data.
Keeping your practice data up-to-date in Magellan’s system facilitates appropriate member referrals, accurate claims processing and timely correspondence. By making regular monthly updates, you will help ensure that members have access to your most recent information, including appointment availability, when searching for a provider.
To review and update your practice information:
- Visit www.MagellanHealth.com/provider
- Sign in with your username and password (Select Forgot Password? or Forgot Username?, if you need to obtain your log-in information)
- Select Display/Edit Practice Information from the left-hand menu
- The first tab that displays is the Provider Data Change Form
Refer to the Help text that accompanies the online form, listen to a recorded webinarLINK, or check out Magellan’s Provider Data Change Form demo.
Compliance Training for Medicare Programs
AmeriHealth New Jersey is committed to compliance with the Medicare Advantage Program, as required by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). CMS requires that all first-tier, downstream, and related entities (FDR) complete the following courses, which are available through the Medicare Learning Network (MLN):
- Medicare Parts C and D General Compliance Training
- Combating Medicare Parts C and D Fraud, Waste, and Abuse
An FDR is defined by CMS as a party that enters into a written agreement to provide administrative services or health care services to a Medicare enrollee on behalf of a Medicare Advantage or Part D plan. FDRs include, but are not limited to, contracted health care providers, pharmacies, and vendors.
As a provider of health care services for AmeriHealth Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Program (Medicare Part D) members, you and your staff are expected to comply with CMS requirements by completing Medicare compliance training on an annual basis.
Please visit the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services directly to access and complete your Medicare compliance training at the time of hire and annually thereafter. We suggest that you and your staff maintain records of completion.
Provider News Center
Visit our Provider News Center for timely and critical updates on administrative processes, pharmacy services, preventive health, and other important information.
Provider Automated System
Our speech-enabled Provider Automated System is an enhanced phone service that can be used to complete some administrative tasks, such as:
The Provider Automated System allows you to either speak your responses or enter them using your telephone keypad. Within minutes, you can obtain information about your patients. To connect to the Provider Automated System, call 1-888-YOUR-AH1 (1-888-968-7241).
Download the Navigating the Provider Automated System guide for tips and instructions for completing the transactions available through the Provider Automated System.
Office Administration/Patient Education Resources Order Form
Request items to assist your office in seamlessly working with and treating your patients. Fill out our online form.
*All information obtained during the credentialing process is confidential and will not be shared with third parties. Submission of the credentialing application and required supporting documentation does not guarantee inclusion in AmeriHealth New Jersey network(s).
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) is the most widely recognized accreditation program in the U.S.