Provider Training and Manual
PCHP provides the tools and support you need to deliver the best quality of care.
Are you a New Provider with Parkland Community Health Plan
or would you like to learn more about everything PCHP has to offer?
We’re glad to have you a part of Parkland Community Health Plan – you are part of a network that is making a difference in the lives of our members every day. Here at PCHP, our mission is to provide access to high-quality healthcare services, in partnership with our providers and stakeholders in the communities we serve. We want to change the way communities think about healthcare by connecting people to meaningful health and wellness experiences.
Join us at one of our upcoming Provider Orientation Trainings. During this Provider Orientation, we will provide you with an overview of our plan, network, and frequently asked questions including but not limited to:
- Provider Manual
- Provider Orientation
- Prior Authorizations
- PCHP Provider Portal
- The PCHP Provider Portal will give you the ability to check member eligibility, coverage, check claim status, submit and view authorizations and referrals and more. To access the portal visit parklandhealthplan.com/providers/login. All providers will need to register for a new account before logging in for the first time.
- To update your Provider Information/Demographics, completed the Provider Action Form
- To add a provider, complete the Prospective Provider Form
Upcoming Provider Orientation Dates
- August 25th at 12:00 pm
- September 29th at 12:00 pm
- October 27th at 12:00 pm
- November 17th at 12:00 pm
- December 15th at 12:00 pm
In order to attend, please email PCHP.ProviderRelations@phhs.org to register. Registration is required.
If you have any questions and need to reach our Provider Relations Department, please email us at PCHP.ProviderRelations@phhs.org
It is widely known that providing primary prevention services, such as childhood immunizations, can reduce the incidence of illness, disease, and accidents. Secondary prevention services, such as early detection of potentially serious illnesses, may reduce the impact of the illness on the patient, thereby decreasing the cost of care. Each primary care office visit should be viewed as the only opportunity for a comprehensive assessment of the member’s health status.
We encourage providers delivering well-child care to Parkland Community Health Plan members to use the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Preventive Health Guidelines