Central California Alliance For Health


Join Our Network

We are delighted that you are considering joining the Alliance network of providers. If you would like to become a credentialed provider with the Alliance, the following requirements must be met:

A completed Alliance application form and the submission of appropriate documentation as noted in the application must be received by the Alliance along with the appropriate signed Services Agreement.
•  If you are a Medi-Cal primary care physician, a site review resulting in an acceptable score is required before any members may be linked to your practice.
•  Credentialing approval by an Alliance Medical Director or the Peer Review and Credentialing Committee (PRCC).

Peer Review and Credentialing Committee

The PRCC, comprised of local physicians in the community and Alliance staff, meets quarterly to review and recommend provider applications for participation in the Alliance Network. Alliance Medical Directors also approve files that meet established credentialing criteria with no identified issues that would require PRCC review.

To ensure consideration at a PRCC meeting, completed credentialing materials along with a signed Services Agreement must be received by the Provider Services Department by the specified cutoff dates. The 2020 PRCC meetings are scheduled as follows:

PRCC Dates
March 11. 2020
June 10, 2020
September 9, 2020
December 9, 2020

Credentialing is finalized upon approval by the PRCC or an Alliance Medical Director as noted by the return of a countersigned Agreement and accompanying letter noting that you have been credentialed as an Alliance provider.

To receive a Services Agreement via U.S. mail, you may either contact our Provider Services Coordinator at (831) 430-5540 to make arrangements or complete and electronically submit the Application/Contract Request Form.

Medi-Cal Certification and Enrollment
In addition to the Alliance’s credentialing process, providers are required to complete screening and enrollment pursuant to the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) guidelines. For more information, review these helpful Tips and Resources or visit the DHCS website.

CCS Provider Paneling

Providers can apply to become California Children’s Services (CCS) paneled through the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) via an online application. For more information, and to apply, please visit the DHCS CCS provider paneling website.



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