HCPC has been building and expanding Managed Care Provider Networks since 2006 for Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, Commercial and Dental plans. Our consultants are well versed in fee for service, risk based contract modeling and negotiations.

Our clients include some of the largest Medicaid and Medicare Advantage Managed Care Organizations, Commercial Health and Dental Plans, Hospitals, and Third Party Administrators.


Here is what our clients say about their experience with Healthcare Provider Connections.

“We have used Healthcare Provider Connections for a few years now and are very happy with the services they provide. Her staff is very professional and experienced in the provider recruitment arena which is what we use them for.  As a repeat customer for almost two years now, Healthcare Provider Connections is the first company we go to for consulting purposes and we keep several of her representatives employed almost year round.”


“I would strongly recommend HCPC to any health plan, anywhere, anytime. Very knowledgeable, creative, able to take directions easily, and they deliver. HCPC recruited a large number of practices for our Medicare Advantage plan in multiple states over 2 years. Excellent development skills and constant focus.”


“HCPC consultants were able to successfully negotiate agreements with hundreds of PCPs and Specialists in multiple counties over a very quick 60 day window to help meet access requirements. My colleagues and I were extremely impressed by the experience, knowledge and results we saw from HCPC and would not hesitate to hire them again as the opportunity arises”


“Our company hired Healthcare Provider Connections in late 2010 to expand our Medicaid, Medicare Advantage and Long Term Care networks in five service delivery areas. I was impressed with the way the team of consultants were able to obtain signed agreements from thousands of providers in our targeted areas. We have since hired HCPC again for other expansion initiatives. I highly recommend using Healthcare Provider Connections for any Managed Care network expansions.”