This post applies to any NP or PA that are seeing Humana patients in the office.
The change is affective as of DOS 08/01/2021 and thereafter and applies to NP and PA no matter if they are part of a physician group and not solely acting as a primary care provider.
Effective 08/01/2021, nurse practitioners and and physician assistants are required to get credentialed with Humana, in order to see Humana members in network.
What you need to do?
Please visit Humana website for helpful guidelines or review Human credentialing policy: Humana.com/provider/medical-resources/join-humana-network/credentialing-facilities-and-organizations
If you need any help with the process or have any questions, please contact the us via email or phone:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – please include your full name, specialty, tax payer identification number (TIN)
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