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Are you leveraging the full functionality of your eVIPs provider data management system? At symplr, we’re continuously making eVIPs an even more robust workflow solution for credentialing, contracting, network management, quality improvement, ongoing monitoring & compliance, and more. Read on for the Winter 2020 updates and releases.
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How do you gauge when your time or your staff’s time becomes more valuable spent on responsibilities other than applications, primary source verification (PSV), and enrollment? This is a dilemma that credentialing leaders at hospitals and managed care organizations face as their provider data management volume increases rapidly—but there are no plans to grow credentialing or payer enrollment staff size.
It’s here: A new year in provider data management, and symplr’s ready with predictions for what to expect. In summary, look for 2020 to bring a blossoming of developments already on MSPs’ watch lists: APPs’ expanding scopes, more alignment of the credentialing and payer enrollment functions, and yes, blockchain for credentialing is still hanging in there behind the scenes.
Properly managing vendors is critical to ensuring the safety of your patients and avoiding risk to your healthcare facility. Having a system in place to make sure that vendors are compliant and meet your facilities standards is essential to vendor management success.
One of the most effective ways you can compete with other healthcare facilities is to hire the best, brightest doctors. That’s why peer referencing, a key component of physician credentialing, is so important—you want confirmation from an applicant’s peers that you’re making the right hiring decision.