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Paperless credentialing process

As of May 1, 2022, paper, faxed or scanned applications are no longer accepted. The new process is through an online portal.

Here are the steps:

  1. Clinic notifies OHSU Health Services IDS of a new provider.
  2.  IDS sends intake form.
  3. Clinic returns intake form.
  4. IDS launches MSOW link to provider.
  5. Provider receives link to MSOW.
  6. Provider receives password to link.

  For any questions or technical issues, please email: ohsuhealthcredential@ohsu.edu

Ride to Care information

Becoming a provider

OHSU Health Services seeks to provide a diverse network of providers for our members.  Providers interested in joining the network may complete the provider information form to be considered for contracting and credentialing. The form must be completed in its entirety. Submission of the provider information form does not guarantee network participation. Questions? Call 503-418-7750 or emailOHSUHealthPrvRelations@ohsu.edu.

Cultural Competency training

Effective July 1, 2021, the Oregon Medical Board requires cultural competency training for all new medical licenses and for all renewing providers. Starting in October 2021, providers must demonstrate on initial and renewal application for credentialing that they meet the state requirements by submitting proof of completion of the training in cultural competency.

Many different types of courses and experiences meet the cultural competency continuing education requirement including experiential or service learning, cultural or linguistic immersion, volunteering in a rural clinic, courses approved by the Oregon Health Authority and more. Below are some resources to help you locate cultural competency continuing education opportunities. For questions regarding the cultural competency requirements, email OHSUHealthPrvRelations@ohsu.edu.

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Oregon State Agency Requested Medical Records:

Anytime an Oregon state agency is requesting medical records, they will provide one of two forms to providers. If the patient is an Oregon Health Plan member on the date of service, the agency will provide Form 729 which allows the provider to bill the Division of Medical Assistance Programs for the cost of medical record copying charges (and mailing if applicable).

In order to be paid by DMAP, the provider must complete an HCFCS 1500 and attach the Form 729 for the claim to be processed by DMAP.

While the form offers a physical mailing address as a means to submit these forms, it is more efficient (and trackable) to submit using the EDI portal (the same portal used to process Open Card submissions).

Questions about the portal should be directed to DMAP Provider Relations at 800-336-6016.

If the patient is not an Oregon Health Plan eligible member on the date of service, the agency will provide Form 501A which allows the cost of the medical record copying charges (and mailing if applicable) to the Oregon General Fund (through the agency requesting the records).

OHP and OHSU Health forms

Below are forms and links you may need.