The team at St. Luke's Health Partners is committed to cultivating provider relationships and supporting exceptional patient care and outcomes.
Credentialing and Contracting
The contracting and credentialing department of St. Luke’s Health Partners (SLHP) is comprehensive to ensure that its providers and facilities meet the standards of professional licensure and certification. This process enables SLHP to recruit and retain a quality network of providers and ensure ongoing access to care.
Supporting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
To help our providers care for diverse populations, St. Luke's Health Partners offers the Think Cultural Health e-learning program developed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This program equips providers with the knowledge, skills and awareness to best serve their patients. It's free and physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners can earn contributing education credits.
Eliminating Fraud, Waste and Abuse
- Fraud means knowingly and willfully obtaining or attempting to obtain (by means of false pretenses, representations, or promises) any money or property owned by or under the custody or control of a healthcare benefit program. Fraud can have both civil and criminal implications.
- Waste means the overutilization of services or other practices that, directly or indirectly, results in unnecessary costs to the healthcare system.
- Abuse results from practices that are inconsistent with, or outside the bounds of, generally accepted practices in the industry, resulting in unnecessary services and payment.
Reporting Potential Fraud, Waste & Abuse, or Suspicious Activity
We need your assistance to ensure the integrity of St. Luke’s Health Plan is never compromised by unlawful activities. If you have knowledge of fraud, waste, abuse, discrimination, or other violations of laws or regulations, call St. Luke’s Health Plan’s Compliance Line anytime at 1-800-729-0966. Calls to the Compliance Line are answered by a third party not affiliated with St. Luke’s Health Plan. Reports can be made anonymously. All reports are treated as confidential and will be investigated 𠊏ully. We will not release your personal information unless we are required to do so, for example, under court rule or subpoena. We may refer the activity to law enforcement or to the appropriate regulatory body.
Health Education Tools
St. Luke's Health Partners offers access to evidence-based patient education and shared decision-making tools.