Optum Participating Provider Agreement
Minnesota state laws govern these conditions and any means arising from or relating to your use of the site, without reference to their legal choice principles. You agree that the only jurisdiction and place of litigation with the company or in any way in connection with your use of this website is in the state and federal courts of the state of Minnesota, United States. They also consent to the exercise of personal jurisdiction in these courts in litigation involving the company or its employees, senior executives, directors, representatives and service providers. If a provision of these conditions is found to be invalid under the applicable law or rule of law, that provision is deemed to be omitted as long as the status of the agreement remains applicable. Some websites operated by the company contain trademarks or logos of other third-party licensees and are used in accordance with an agreement with these third parties. Optum Provider Management Services has been pre-approved via ValuePoint and offers a self-service gateway and support system for registration, registration information and supplier verification. States can also choose additional options, including comprehensive services, end-to-end outsourced services. We may edit, add or remove all or part of the content on this site at any time. Please also note that our goal is to provide accurate information, some features that may be offered via this site, such as participating health care providers. B, price information or other content may be incorrect or up-to-date. Please note that presentations of plans or plans described on this website may change over time, as permitted by law, including service levels, items included in forms, prices or lists of participating suppliers or other associated suppliers.
The solution also includes remote messaging offices, enterprise content management, as well as supplier and staff training. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (the “DMCA”) sees recourse to copyright holders who believe that material that appears on the Internet violates their rights under U.S. copyright. If you believe, in good faith, that the content or material contained on this site violates a copyright that belongs to you, you (or your agent) can send the company a notice asking it to remove the material or block access to it.