• CREDENTIALMYDOC
  • Jan 31, 2017
4 Tips to Avoiding Credentialing Mistakes and Delays

4 Tips to Avoiding Credentialing Mistakes and Delays

Improving your medical credentialing process enables you to minimize revenue cycle disruptions. Avoiding credentialing mistakes and enrollment delays relies heavily on accurate data entry, which can be extremely difficult without the right strategies in place. Adopting these four key strategies can help you avoid credentialing mistakes and make the process more efficient. Ensuring information is accurate, current, …

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  • Jan 26, 2017
Are Your Employees Properly Utilizing Your Software’s Potential?

Are Your Employees Properly Utilizing Your Software’s Potential?

Many software systems come with features that will benefit your company immensely. That said, if your employees don’t know what benefits these systems provide or if they simply choose not to use them, what’s the point of having them at all? Here are some ways you can help your employees optimize your software’s potential and unlock …

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  • Jan 24, 2017
Will Trump Impact Medical Credentialing or Provider Enrollment?

Will Trump Impact Medical Credentialing or Provider Enrollment?

President Donald Trump has promised to modify the Affordable Care Act. Though specific initiatives have not been completely hammered out, new leadership in the White House and Congress is likely to bring about change. Efforts to amend the law are expected to be directed toward lowering costs and expanding consumer choice. New healthcare policies means …

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  • Jan 17, 2017
4 Reasons Why An Organized Practice Will Improve Your Bottom Line

4 Reasons Why An Organized Practice Will Improve Your Bottom Line

Having an organized practice and improving efficiency enhances productivity, revenue, and patient care. ICD-10, meaningful use, and value-based care are placing additional demands on practices. It’s imperative to stay on top of constant change by streamlining workflows as much as possible. Doing so provides a host of benefits for your practice. Here are 4 major …

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  • Jan 09, 2017
Top Recommendations for a Smooth Provider Enrollment Process

Top Recommendations for a Smooth Provider Enrollment Process

Credentialing and enrollment involve a myriad of data requirements and strict deadlines, leaving little room for error. Mistakes can cause reimbursement to be delayed or denied altogether. Ongoing demands of maintaining an up-to-date credentialing and enrollment process requires considerable resources. Often, forms are completed manually or by using outdated software systems that are not interoperable. …

  • CREDENTIALMYDOC
  • Dec 28, 2016
Where Medical Credentialing and Provider Enrollment Is Headed in 2017

Where Medical Credentialing and Provider Enrollment Is Headed in 2017

Is it any wonder that the complex, tedious work of medical credentialing, privileging, and provider enrollment spawned its own educational and certification industry? They produce HR specialists whose primary responsibilities are to manage provider onboarding processes at any given healthcare organization (HCO). For even the most seasoned medical service professional (MSP), gathering all of the required information from the …

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  • Dec 18, 2016
How the Right Medical Software Can Improve Your Organization’s Productivity

How the Right Medical Software Can Improve Your Organization’s Productivity

Technology does amazing things to enhance our lives these days. In the healthcare industry, technology provides essential elements that help reduce human errors that can lead to improper patient care and costly bottlenecks in revenue cycle management. That said, industry-improving medical software is only as good as its usability. After all, if the user interface …

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  • Dec 13, 2016
The Importance of Secure Information Exchange in Healthcare Organizations

The Importance of Secure Information Exchange in Healthcare Organizations

We live in an age where technology in general has worked hard to bring us all together – unfortunately, it’s also made secure information exchange more difficult. 2016 saw some of the most high profile data breaches of all time, with organizations like the MedStar Health Inc., 21st Century Oncology and Premier Healthcare all falling victim in …

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  • Dec 05, 2016
How To Improve Workflow Management And Keep Track Of Expiration Dates

How To Improve Workflow Management And Keep Track Of Expiration Dates

In the healthcare space, the phrase “workflow management” is no stranger, and a great deal of medical data and related paperwork have expiration dates to keep track of. For small practices, this can mean a deluge of administrative work. Fortunately, you can easily streamline your practice’s non-revenue-producing processes to improve workflows, manage expiration dates, and meet administrative …

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  • Nov 28, 2016
Time-Consuming Paperwork that Every Medical Practice Must Complete Prior to Patient Appointments

Time-Consuming Paperwork that Every Medical Practice Must Complete Prior to Patient Appointments

Just as new patients find themselves sitting with pages of less-than-thrilling paperwork before appointments, medical practices also have paperwork to complete before patients even arrive. As laws, industry regulations, and insurance rules have changed, so has the amount of required paperwork swelled in an effort to ensure that relevant patient information is retained and up-to-date. However, the increased …