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WASHINGTON, DC - 3/20/03

To ease credentialing for New Hampshire physicians, the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH) today announced the launch of its Universal Credentialing DataSource system in the state. CAQH, a not-for-profit alliance of the nation?s leading health plans and networks, developed this system to help physicians more easily and cost-effectively provide required credentialing information to health care organizations.

WASHINGTON, DC - 3/1/03

To ease credentialing for Georgia physicians, CAQH, the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare, in collaboration with the Georgia Association of Health Plans (GAHP), today announced the launch of the Universal Credentialing DataSource service in the state. CAQH, a not-for-profit alliance of the nation?s leading health plans and networks, developed this free service to help physicians more easily and cost-effectively provide required credentialing information to health care organizations.

WASHINGTON, DC - 3/1/03

To ease credentialing for Iowa physicians, the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH) today announced the launch of its Universal Credentialing DataSource system in the state. CAQH, a not-for-profit alliance of the nation's leading health plans and networks, developed this system to help physicians more easily and cost-effectively provide required credentialing information to health care organizations. Participating health plans and PPO networks in Iowa include The First Health Network, the CCN Network and Great-West/One Health Plan.

WASHINGTON, DC - 3/1/03

Washington, D.C. - To ease credentialing for Oklahoma physicians, the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH) today announced the launch of its Universal Credentialing DataSource system in the state. CAQH, a not-for-profit alliance of the nation's leading health plans and networks, developed this system to help physicians more easily and cost-effectively provide required credentialing information to health care organizations. Participating health plans in Oklahoma include Aetna, CIGNA HealthCare of Oklahoma Inc., The First Health Network/CCN Network and UNICARE.

WASHINGTON, DC - 3/1/03

Washington, D.C. - To ease credentialing for Kentucky physicians, the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH), today announced the launch of its Universal Credentialing DataSource system in the state. CAQH, a not-for-profit alliance of the nation's leading health plans and networks, developed this system to help physicians more easily and cost-effectively provide required credentialing information to health care organizations.

WASHINGTON, DC - 3/1/03

To ease credentialing for New Jersey physicians, the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH), today announced the launch of its Universal Credentialing DataSource system in the state. CAQH, a not-for-profit alliance of the nation?s leading health plans and networks, developed this system to help physicians more easily and cost-effectively provide required credentialing information to health care organizations.

WASHINGTON, DC - 2/27/03

 To ease credentialing for Illinois physicians, the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH), today announced the launch of its Universal Credentialing DataSource system in the state. CAQH, a not-for-profit alliance of the nation's leading health plans and networks, developed this free service to help physicians more easily and cost-effectively provide required credentialing information to health care organizations under the Illinois Health Care Professional Credentials Data Collection Act.

WASHINGTON, DC - 1/1/03

To ease credentialing for Texas physicians, CAQH, the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare, today announced the launch of its Universal Credentialing DataSource system in the state. CAQH, a not-for-profit alliance of the nation?s leading health plans and networks, developed this system to help physicians more easily and cost-effectively provide required credentialing information to health care organizations. Participating health plans in Texas include Aetna, Beech Street, CIGNA, Great-West/One Health Plan, First Health, Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS) and WellPoint.

WASHINGTON, DC - 1/1/03

To ease credentialing for Indiana physicians, the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH), today announced the launch of its Universal Credentialing DataSource system in the state. CAQH, a not-for-profit alliance of the nation's leading health plans and networks, developed this system to help physicians more easily and cost-effectively provide required credentialing information to health care organizations.

WASHINGTON, DC - 1/1/03

To ease credentialing for Florida physicians, CAQH, the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare, today announced the launch of its Universal Credentialing DataSource system in the state. CAQH, a not-for-profit alliance of the nation?s leading health plans and networks, developed this system to help physicians more easily and cost-effectively provide required credentialing information to health care organizations.

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