Questions, Instructions and Information
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 currently 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?
Only send completed applications to the health care related organization where you have applied. Do not send to this office. Due to confidentiality issues, applications received by this office must be shredded.
For questions about technical issues such as credentialing form versions, including formatting issues and software compatibility, please contact:
- Complete the application in its entirety.
- Keep an unsigned and undated copy of the application on file for future requests.
- When a request is placed, send a copy of the completed application to the health care related organization to which you are applying, making sure that all information is complete, current and accurate.
- Please sign and date:
- Attestation Questions page
- Authorization and Release of Information Form
- Attachment A, Professional Liability Action Detail, if applicable
- Each page of the application requires the applicant’s initials and the date on which the application was last reviewed.
- Identify the health care related organization(s) to which this application is being submitted in the space provided below.
- Attach copies of the documents requested each time the application is submitted.
- If a section does not apply to you, please check the provided box at the top of the section.
- Submit application to the requesting organization(s).
Modification to the wording or format of the Oregon Practitioner Credentialing Application will invalidate the application.
Physician licensing questions should be directed to the Oregon Medical Board
Other Boards (This list is not inclusive):
All other professions should contact your professional licensing department. Please see the alphabetical listing of state agency information.
Recredentialing Application - Effective May 1, 2012
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The 2017 application is not currently mandated for use. Use of the 2017 application in lieu of the 2012 application is voluntary.
Use of the 2019 version of the application is not currently mandated. OHA intends to pursue rulemaking in 2020 that will mandate use of the 2019 version. If you would like to stay informed on this process, please eSubscribe for ACPCI updates on the home page.
Adobe PDF Version
Summary of the changes on the 2019 applications: Application Revisions - 2019
Summary of the changes on the 2017 applications: Application Revisions - 2017
Summary of changes from the 2012 to 2015 applications: Application Revisions - 2015
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