Magellan Health

Becoming a Provider

National Provider Identifier (NPI)

All High Fidelity Wraparound (HFWA) providers, both individuals and agencies, are required to obtain a National Provider Identifier (NPI) before applying to join the HFWA network.  If you already have a NPI number do not apply for another one.

Individual providers and agency/group members will obtain an individual NPI (Type 1)

Agencies/Groups will also obtain an organization NPI (Type 2)

Go to NPPES

If you have questions call NPPES toll free number and talk to a person 1-800-465-3203

For High Fidelity Wraparound Services, put Case Management/Care Coordination

What you need to know when applying for an NPI

Prepare with the information that will be needed:

Information Required for Individual Providers

  • Provider Name
  • SSN (or TIN)
  • Provider Date of Birth
  • Country of Birth
  • State of Birth
  • Provider Gender
  • Mailing Address
  • Practice Location Address and Phone Number
  • Taxonomy (Provider Type)
  • State License Information (as appicable)
  • Contact Person Name
  • Contact Person Phone Number and E-mail

Information Required for Organizations

  • Organization Name
  • Employer Identification Number (EIN)
  • Name of Authorized Official for the Organization
  • Phone Number of Authorized Official for the Organization
  • Organization Mailing Address
  • Practice Location Address and Phone Number
  • Taxonomy (Provider Type)
  • Contact Person Name
  • Contact Person Phone Number and E-mail

Common mistakes that will hold up your application

  • Make sure the name you use on the application is the same as the one on your Social Security Card.
  • When they ask about an address – if at all possible choose “accept standardized.”
  • You will use the same address with NPPES, WY Medicaid and Magellan.

 

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Magellan resources

Magellan has partnered with national experts in systems of care, High Fidelity Wraparound and behavioral health to offer e-courses and other helpful wellness resources.

 

Partnership Access Line (PAL) is a telephone-based child mental health consultation system that can assist any primary care doctor, nurse practitioner or physician assistant throughout the state of Wyoming.

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