What is AR NetPartners?
AR NetPartners is a partnership of three leading Clinically Integrated Networks (CINs) in Arkansas, Arkansas Health Network (AHN), Arkansas Children’s Care Network (ACCN), and NextHealth (NH). AR NetPartners serves employers, employees and their families by providing a better healthcare experience for your organization, better value and better health through proactive engagement.
Together, they have a combined network of providers across the state of Arkansas, representing comprehensive primary and specialty care for both adult and pediatric patients.
As Clinically Integrated Networks, AR NetPartners is working with patients and providers around the state to achieve the Triple Aim: Better Health and Well-being, Decreased Cost and Improved Patient Experience.
Who is in the AR NetPartners network?
The combined network consists of over 3,600 high performing providers, 18 major hospitals and 25 skilled nursing facilities. All Magnet designated hospitals in Arkansas are part of the network. To find out who is in our network visit:
To confirm that a provider is in network for your employer, it is also recommended to verify with your insurance provider, especially prior to seeking care from a new provider.
Will primary care providers within AR NetPartners accept new patients?
Generally, yes. Most primary care providers within AR NetPartners will accept new patients.
If you experience any difficulties, please contact your Employer’s HR or AR NetPartners.
Will I have to change doctors?
You don’t have to change doctors. If you are enrolled in your employer’s Health Plan, you will get the best coordination and lowest out-of-pocket costs when you seek care with a provider in the AR NetPartners network.
Other than the provider network, what other benefits does AR NetPartners provide for me?
As a patient, you will have the opportunity to be a more active participant in your own care with support from the our Care Management team. Whether you have a chronic illness or are relatively healthy, benefits to you and your family include:
- A multidisciplinary team of providers available to help you achieve your short term and long term health goals.
- Coordination of more effective, safe and efficient care. AR NetPartners nurses and social workers will partner with your primary care and specialty providers.
- Support to answer questions on existing chronic illness, a new diagnosis, discharge instructions, medications, healthcare screenings, barriers to care and much more!
- Proactive reminders throughout the year for important preventative care appointments and screenings.