To Delegate or Not to Delegate CredentialingWatch Now.
Essential for patient safety and quality healthcare — and required for hospital privileging and managed care enrollment — provider credentialing has a significant impact on a health system’s bottom line.
Delays in provider credentialing are costly, resulting in delayed reimbursement as well as provider and patient dissatisfaction. There’s a better way!
An effective delegated credentialing program provides:
- Control over provider data.
- Faster member access.
- Increased revenue streams.
- More contracting leverage with managed care partners.
- Enhanced brand integrity.
Join TractManager’s VP of CVO Anna Arutyunyan to learn how delegated credentialing speeds up provider onboarding, and significantly improves your revenue cycle efficiency.
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