Delegated Credentialing

The faster, safer, less-stress way to ensure credentialing quality

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What you'll learn

In this white paper, we establish a common understanding of credentialing, underscore the benefits and risks of delegated credentialing, and provide a road map for organizations interested in expanding into this critical area of healthcare.

By reading this paper, you'll learn:

  • How to avoid significant risk associated with delegated provider credentialing
  • How to use it to shorten provider onboarding time frames
  • How to increase contracting leverage with managed care partners, if outsourced delegation is pursued
  • What specific factors should be scrutinized during a pre-delegation assessment

Download this new white paper today to receive guidance from symplr experts on how to better govern your delegated credentialing processes.

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