Recredentialing with Cigna Healthcare

April 1, 2024

As part of our quality assurance program and in compliance with applicable state laws, we require all physicians participating in a Cigna Healthcare network to complete our recredentialing process. This is required once every three years, or more often if required by state law, and upon notice or receipt of any disciplinary action.

If you did not apply for credentialing through the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH®) Universal Provider Datasource®, you will receive a recredentialing letter approximately six months before your recredentialing date.

It will direct you to complete the CAQH Universal Provider Datasource credentialing form. You can complete the form by:

If you have already completed, updated, and attested to the CAQH application as well as authorized Cigna Healthcare to receive current credentialing information, we will automatically access your application during the recredentialing process and only contact you if needed. We encourage you to reattest to your CAQH application every 120 days to help avoid any unnecessary delays.

If you use a state-mandated form outside of CAQH, you must update any information that has changed, sign the attestation, and submit the form with current supporting documents.

To help ensure continued participation, please submit all required documentation within 30 days from the date on the recredentialing letter.

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