Carelon Post-Acute Care | Wound Program

Carelon Medical Benefits Management is proud to announce its partnership with Anthem, Inc. for the Wound Care Connect program. Please find important announcements, documents, and forms listed below.

Provider orientation sessions

Carelon invites our Wound Care Connect program partners to join an orientation training session.
Please select the date and time of your choice below to register:

Clinical training materials

As a valued Wound Care Connect partner, you have exclusive access to our self-paced, evidence-based, wound education content. These modules are tailored to the unique roles of our Wound Care partners and provide free CEs for RNs and LPNs. To access our proprietary trainings, click HERE. For password information, reach out to your administrator or email

If you are interested in learning more about our Wound Care Connect program and the supporting clinical education available, please email

Program materials

Notice: The notice regarding the change to the Wound Care Connect WTA Training Program that was mailed to providers is available here.

Training materials: FAQs, program training slides, and a Quick Reference Guide for Wound Care Connect are available once logged into the provider portal. The provider portal can be found online here.

Portal registration training: Access our training video here to learn how to register for the provider portal.

Contact us

Carelon utilizes CMS National and Local Coverage Determinations (NCD and LCD’s) when applicable, or Anthem medical policies and clinical Utilization Management guidelines to facilitate the appropriate evaluation of medical necessity by including assessment of the member throughout the continuum of care. A synopsis of the criteria is available to Providers and Members on request and free of charge by calling Carelon at 844-411-9622 or by email.

Please contact the Carelon provider network team with any questions by email or:

Phone: 844-411-9622
Fax: 844-834-2908

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