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Aetna Provider Partnership Program (AP3)
The AP3 group reviews, monitors and assesses our policies, practices and potential innovations relative to provider partnerships. The group aims to reduce administrative burden and implement efficiencies, mainly for the benefit of our provider network.
The AP3 is made up of:
Provider representatives in three external workgroups
Health plan staff in one internal workgroup
The external workgroups provide a forum for provider groups and their office staff to highlight areas of administrative burden when working with us. They also suggest ideas that would make their practices more efficient based on their findings.
The internal workgroup includes representatives from all health plan departments that interact directly or indirectly with providers.
More about external workgroups
Practice Management Advisory Council (PMAC)
The PMAC includes providers and office staff from primary care physician (PCP) and specialist groups. Network relationship managers manage this workgroup.
Ancillary Provider Management Advisory Council (APMAC)
The APMAC includes provider and office staff representatives from these types of providers:
Durable medical equipment
Laboratory and toxicology
Skilled nursing facilities
Behavioral Health Management Advisory Council (BHMAC)
The BHMAC includes providers and office staff from these types of providers:
Community mental health centers
Behavioral health service organizations
Psychiatric residential treatment facilities
We encourage each workgroup to identify areas of administrative burden and find ways to reduce it. Providers that join the AP3 take part in the group for at least one year.