It’s no secret that healthcare is changing rapidly, and you’ve likely seen the drastic transformation firsthand. The world of healthcare provider credentialing is no exception—from new government regulations to the specialization of professional titles and the introduction of new technologies that automate the repetitive tasks of your daily work.
In your role as a credentialing professional, you likely tackle many tasks and projects at work each day. Some tasks, like sending and receiving verifications, could certainly benefit from new automated technologies to make you more efficient. Others, such as investigating red flags on new applications, take more time—and a human touch. But no matter what your work day includes, you need to understand how the credentialing role is evolving and how your career might benefit from these changes.
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We’re continuing our career development series designed to help medical service professionals (MSPs) advance their careers by improving productivity and efficiency—to truly become “Rock Star MSPs.” In today’s blog, we discuss how technology can be a powerful tool to improve and advance your career.
We’re continuing our career development series designed to help medical service professionals (MSPs) advance their careers by improving productivity and efficiency—to truly become “Rock Star MSPs.” In today’s blog, we show how you can use technology to improve meetings.
Today’s medical services professionals (MSPs) must maximize their effectiveness in the industry. To empower MSPs, we’re kicking off a career development mini-series. Our goal: to provide you with the know-how and resources to be a “Rock Star MSP” – one who is renowned or revered in their specialty in the field. In today’s blog, we examine a core competency model that serves as the foundation for our mini-series.
Getting physicians enrolled with a healthcare network is no longer a straightforward process with a couple hurdles to clear. Instead, it’s an obstacle course you may have to traverse frontwards and backwards. For credentialing experts, this process begins when all relevant provider information is collected and verified and the enrollment application is submitted. Then, the follow-up phase begins until the network renders a decision.