Welcome to Wellpath’s Procure-to-Pay site. Procure-to-Pay is our end-to-end business cycle that begins with procurement activities for goods and services and ends with invoice and payment. Both processes centrally managed to create greater efficiencies.
Wellpath recognizes the importance of putting patients first and providing high-quality care to an often forgotten and over-looked population. We believe in transforming public health by delivering hope and healing to those who need it most. We treat our patients with the dignity and compassion they deserve because we care about them as human beings. We recognize that our suppliers play a critical role in helping us achieve our commitment to high-quality patient care.
Doing Business with Accounts Payable
Accounts Payable created a helpful tip sheet for suppliers and potential suppliers when conducting business with Accounts Payable. Where to send invoices, minimum invoice requirements, and method of payment are just a few topics included in the tip sheet.
Supplier Invoice Portal
Want to determine if your invoice was received? Want to know the status of your invoice? Received a payment and want to know what invoices relate to the payment? Have a question about an invoice? All these questions can be answered using the Wellpath Supplier Invoice Portal. This portal allows suppliers to view the status of their invoices and payments. This portal should be the preferred inquiry solution and should be accessed first prior to contacting Accounts Payable directly.
What type of information is available in the Supplier Invoice Portal?
- Invoice Status
- Invoice Amount
- Payment Amount
- Check/Payment Number
- Payment Date
Electronic ACH Payments
To streamline the payment of invoices, as well as to accommodate a more touchless approach in accordance with COVID-19 prevention measures, Wellpath Accounts Payable issues payments using electronic payments Automated Clearing House (ACH). ACH is an electronic transfer system that credits the funds directly to your bank account. This process is designed to eliminate check handling, delayed USPS mailing times, and increase payment security.
You may continue to invoice us as usual. Once the invoice is approved and processed for payment, an electronic remittance advice will be emailed to your company and your bank account will be credited. The remittance advice will include statement-type information, such as invoice number, invoice date and amount paid. You can also obtain remittance information by accessing our Supplier Invoice Portal.
If you are currently receiving payment by check and want to convert to ACH payment, please contact Accounts Payable.