Supplier information

WellSense is committed to ensuring we have the right suppliers in place to meet WellSense’s needs, and we hold our partners to the same standards of business ethics as we do our employees. Whether you are a current WellSense supplier or hoping to do business with our company, please review the following information to better understand our requirements.


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General Policies & Guidelines

Review our policies surrounding the hiring of suppliers, contracting, confidentiality & security, legal & compliance, invoices & payments, contact information and more.

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How to Become a Supplier
As a potential supplier of WellSense, we will ask that your organization meet relevant performance, operational, contract and legal/regulatory compliance requirements. 

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Supplier Diversity Program
WellSense is committed to increasing contracting opportunities for certified diverse businesses.

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WellSense defines our suppliers as any individuals or entities that we may contract with to support or plans and members. This includes First Tier, Downstream and Related Entities (FDRs), Material Subcontractors or Subcontractors as defined by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Massachusetts Medicaid program (MassHealth), and the New Hampshire Medicaid program (NH DHHS).