Join Our Network

Become a Network Provider

There are many great reasons for providers to join Aetna Better Health of Florida:

  • You benefit from ongoing support and training opportunities
  • Your claims are processed in a timely, efficient manner
  • You receive competitive compensation
  • You have access to advanced technology that can enhance patient care

Our Provider Relations staff works hard to understand your business issues and meet your needs.

Aetna Better Health of Florida uses the below network vendors for specialty services, areas and products. Please contact these vendors if you are interested in joining the Aetna Better Health network that includes one of these specialties: 


Behavioral Health



Ophthalmology & Optometry





Behavioral Services Network (BSN)

Doctor's Professional Services Consultants 

Dermatology Network Solutions

iCare Health Solutions

Orthopedix Network Solutions


Health Network One/ATA

Service Area






Statewide (Healthy Kids limited to regions 9 & 11 only)


Product / Program

Medicaid / Healthy Kids

Medicaid / Healthy Kids

Medicaid / Healthy Kids

Medicaid / Healthy Kids

Medicaid / Healthy Kids

Medicaid / Healthy Kids

Medicaid / Healthy Kids

Contact Information

We hope you find the information on this site to be useful. Should you have any questions or concerns, contact us directly at:

  • Medicaid at 1-800-441-5501
  • Comprehensive Long Term Care at 1-844-645-7371
  • Florida Healthy Kids at 1-844-528-5815
  • email at:

Thank you for your interest in the Aetna Better Health of Florida Network. Please complete the provider nomination form and return via e-mail at

If you have already completed the form and would like to check on the status of your application, please contact us.

Aetna Better Health of Florida’s network includes many hospitals, physicians, surgery centers, ancillary providers, and centers of excellence throughout the United States.

Aetna Better Health of Florida physicians have qualifications that must be met for participation such as:

  • 24 hours a day, 7 days a week coverage
  • A current, valid state license to practice medicine
  • Staff privileges at a participating hospital
  • An active DEA certificate (if applicable)
  • Verification of medical school completion, residency training and fellowship
  • Verification of board certification (in specialty being practiced)
  • Current professional liability insurance that meets state minimum requirements
  • Acceptable professional claims liability history, including the National Practitioners Data Bank (NPDB)

The Health Care Credentials and Data Collection Act requires uniform forms to be utilized in order to collect the credentials data commonly requested by health care entities and health care plans for purposes of credentialing and re-credentialing.

We are now accepting provider credentialing applications through CAQH Universal Provider Datasource. This system is a national provider credentialing application initiative from the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare. The easy-to-use, streamlined database is the single repository of participating health plans for healthcare provider information, alleviating the need for physicians and other healthcare providers to complete and submit many different credentialing forms for multiple health plans, hospitals and other healthcare organizations. More than 300,000 providers are now reducing paperwork and administrative costs through the UPD.