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  • Benefits
    Valuable resources and assistance make IPN the right choice for providers
    IPN offers services in communities throughout the state and in some adjacent states. We believe that success is achieved through collaborative relationships that are focused on the fundamentals of healthcare delivery. That starts with effective training and communication. IPN representatives are available to assist office staff and administrators understand how to work effectively with IPN payors.

    How IPN benefits providers:

    • Scale: Largest independent provider network in Idaho
    • Quality assurance: URAC Health Network accredited 2011-2014; NCQA certified 2014-2018; NCQA accredited since 2018
    • Centralized data administration: One contract, one credentialing application, and one notification process as well as updates to all contracted payors
    • Support: Customer Service, Provider Relations and Contracting representatives ready to assist
    • Education: Online training, onsite orientations, and annual workshops
    • Online resources: Monthly and quarterly newsletters, access to payors’ electronic newsletters, need-to-know alerts, and IPN manuals and forms
    • Provider directory: Directory search by name, gender, location specific or specialty with address and telephone listing and locator maps 
    • Collaboration: Strong working relationships with Idaho Medical Association and Idaho Medical Group Management Association
    • Network Access: More than 10 clients providing healthcare benefit plans including national payors, third-party administrators, and local self-funded employers
    • Advocacy: Fair and reasonable policies with payors and prompt provider support when it’s needed

    Providers and facilities must be associated with an active IPN agreement to receive these benefits. If you do not currently have an agreement, Contact IPN 

    To see a list of IPN Clients, visit Provider Tools