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    Established by House Bill 2144 (1999), the Advisory Committee on Physician Credentialing Information (ACPCI) develops the uniform applications used by hospitals and health plans to credential and recredential practitioners within the State of Oregon.
Credentialing/Recredentialing Information


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Important! 
The universal credentialing (and recredentialing) application, created and maintained by the ACPCI, is meant to be a convenience to providers in Oregon, eliminating the need to complete multiple unique applications for each health plan, hospital, insurer, etc. However, credentialing is not governed by the state.

The state cannot give legal advice or give direction about how to answer any questions on the applications. Please use your best professional judgment, contact the health related organization responsible for credentialing or seek legal counsel, as appropriate.
Where to send completed applications?
Please only send completed applications to the health care related organization where you have applied. Applications received by this office must be shredded.
Technical Credentialing Questions 
Credentialing standards are set and reviewed by The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) which is a is a private, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality. Questions about their work should be directed to the NCQA website.
 
Seeking New Committee Members 
ACPCI is seeking one new member to serve a 3-year term:
Physician Organization Representative 
Current Applications
Administrative Rule
OAR 409-045-0035, effective 7/1/2014