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Hello. I'm an attorney working with a social worker who is looking to be an in-network provider with BCBS IL. However, this process has taken about 3 months and she has not received any contract from BCBS IL.
Both the provider and I have called around and emailed the various emails provided on the network page. We have not heard back from anyone! Please let me know how I or the provider can talk to a representative live.
Hello, You will want to speak with our Network Operations team about this. You can reach them at 312-653-6555. Please leave a voicemail and they will return your call within two business days. ~ Heather
I am trying to get hold of a rep as well. The automated system is giving me incorrect information about a client's benefits (as we have previously spoke to a live person about two months ago). We are an out of state provider and the child has autism. We submit to our local BC which we are in network with.
As i have been hung up on twice and keep being left on hold and hung up on once the call is picked up.
You can send us a private message by clicking on the blue Private Message box to the right of this message. ~ HC
At what address can I email you a private message?
Hello, Unfortunately I do not have access to this information. However, if you could send us a private message, I can have someone from provider services call you about this. ~ HC
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