Contact Us

(800) 730-8555

Chartwell Health Resources (CHR) contracts with the following managed care organizations for medical management and care coordination of home health, home infusion, and respiratory therapy/durable medical equipment (RT/DME) services:

  • Quartz

Our team coordinates care through a region-wide system of providers credentialed by CHR. This allows us to offer patients the best choice for safe care in their community. Chartwell Health Resources is not a Medicare provider.

 

Chartwell Health Resources Services

  • Benefit verification
  • Patient needs assessment and care set-up
  • Authorization of services
  • Provider contracting and credentialing

 

 

For Patients

Chartwell Health Resources is passionate about driving solutions. We collaborate closely with our provider system to help patients get better – and stay better – at home.

 

Chartwell Health Resources (CHR) contracts with the following insurances companies to coordinate all of the varieties of home care:

  • Quartz

Call Us

 

If you are a patient, family member or caregiver and have any questions, please call us at 1-800-730-8555 or (608) 831-8555.

 

 

 

For Providers

Chartwell Health Resources contracts with the following insurances companies to coordinate all of the varieties of home care:

  • Quartz

How do I request authorizations?

  • Complete the Prior Authorization Request Form (pdf)
  • Regular business hours: Providers should submit prior authorization requests by fax to (608) 664-6193. Staff is available Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm, and can be reached by phone at (800) 730-8555 or (608) 831-8555.
  • After-hours: Providers are required to obtain authorizations for urgent/emergent requests occurring after-hours and on weekends and holidays within two business days following the date of service. Chartwell Health Resources has designated on-call benefit coordinators to provide members and providers 24/7 access for emergent/urgent after-hours and/or weekend and holiday services.

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