The Invisible Impact of Credentialing and Payer Enrollment eBook

FOUR TIPS:

Shorten credentialing and enrollment timelines to help improve patient outcomes.

Prevent surprise billing by better knowing your patient population.

Ensure all data is protected
not just PHI.

Consider all costs to better understand and manage the impact of credentialing and enrollment on your revenue cycle.

The past 8 to 10 years have been transformative for the healthcare industry. The 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (aka ARRA, aka Stimulus Program) brought with it unprecedented incentives for healthcare providers to widely adopt electronic health records, and they did. The 2010 passage of the Affordable Care Act resulted in more than 20 million additional Americans being covered by a health insurance plan or through Medicaid expansion.

These transformative events brought new considerations for maximizing operational excellence in the business of healthcare. One often overlooked consideration is the impact credentialing and enrollment can have on the many aspects of healthcare operations. A well-managed credentialing and enrollment program will have an impact on information technology, patient satisfaction, and revenue enhancement goals. This eBook is designed to bring awareness to the many invisible “touches” credentialing and enrollment have in the healthcare setting. It also offers tips to consider when confronting the not-so-apparent implications of a provider onboarding program.

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