Whether you like it or not, credentialing and payer enrollment are evil necessities. But depending on your practice size, there are a variety of strategies you can implement that will help you improve your processes, get you paid faster and get rid of your credentialing and enrollment headaches.
During two online training sessions, enrollment and credentialing expert Amy M. Niehaus, CPMSM, CPCS, MBA, will walk you through the process of improving your enrollment process, and how to set up and successfully maintain becoming a payer credentialing delegate (if you are a mid to large practice).
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A simple credentialing or provider enrollment application mistake can quickly turn into a nightmare. Your claims can be held, your payments delayed, your A/R write-offs increased, and you can even be denied payment altogether.
You would think that accurately completing credentialing forms and enrollment applications would be quick and easy. Unfortunately, there are numerous missteps that can easily trip you up (even if you have years of experience) - unless you know how to identify and rectify them.
That’s where credentialing and enrollment expert, Amy M. Niehaus, CPMSM, CPCS, MBA, can help. Amy will provide you with exactly what you need to do to more accurately, efficiently and effectively get your providers credentialed with the top payers. After listening, you’ll be able to get your providers credentialed and enrolled with payers quicker and easier to avoid any loss or delay to your reimbursement.
Here are just a few of the proven, plain-English tactics you’ll receive by taking advantage of this 60-minute online training:
Who This Is For: Any provider practice regardless of specialty or practice size that must manage new and existing payer enrollment applications.
REQUIREMENT: You must have a good understanding of credentialing and enrollment activities within a healthcare or physician organization to maximize your benefit from this presentation.
Getting your mid-sized practice designated as a credentialing delegate with commercial payers means you can eliminate payer plan enrollment delays, get paid faster, and avoid re-enrollment disasters.
Payers want to hand off provider credentialing and re-credentialing to you, but you must have specific processes in place to qualify. Being a delegate gives you control to enroll new providers into your payer plans almost immediately (so you get paid right away), and ensures that your current providers maintain enrollment without interruption.
The key is knowing how to set up and maintain your delegation process. This is where credentialing expert, Amy M. Niehaus, CPMSM, CPCS, MBA, can help. During her 60-minute online training, Amy will walk you through how to set up your own delegation program and provide you with proven strategies to manage it seamlessly and successfully.
Here are a just a few of the step-by-step delegation program set up and maintenance strategies you’ll receive from this online training:
IMPORTANT: This is NOT a “how to” on credentialing providers. This session is a how-to on setting up and maintaining a delegation program. You must have a good understanding of credentialing activities within a healthcare or physician organization to gain the biggest benefit from this session.
Amy Niehaus is a credentialing, enrollment and medical staff services consultant with over 25 years’ experience in the areas of accreditation, regulatory compliance, credentialing, process simplification/re-design, credentialing technology, CVO development/certification and delegation. Ms. Niehaus has developed and presented various programs on credentialing and privileging processes, TJC, NCQA and URAC accreditation standards, and delegation and is the author of the recently published book, “Credentialing for Managed Care: Compliant Processes for Health Plans and Delegated Entities.”
Ms. Niehaus has been a National Association Medical Staff Services (NAMSS) member since 1991, became CPMSM certified in 1992 and received her CPCS certification in 2002. She is a NAMSS instructor and previously served as Chair of its MCO Task Force and Education Committee. Ms. Niehaus is a former President of the Missouri Association Medical Staff Services and its Greater St. Louis Area Chapter. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from the University of Missouri and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Maryville University in St. Louis.
“It was very informational and she explained everything very well.”
- Tina Leberte, Medical Coder/Biller, Diagnostic Referral Community, DRC, Huntsville, AL
“I liked the commercial payer workflow and timeline information. The sample payer repository is very helpful.”
- Toni DeZorzi, Credentialing Director, Clin-Path Associates, DRC, Tempe, AZ
“The webinar went great. The information was very clear and clean.”
- Rebecca Pontaski, Administrator, Midland Memorial Hospital, Midland, TX
“Tools are always useful. Will start my own repository. Recommendations were very good too. Sticking to the time and starting on time are very helpful and appreciated. The webinar was good.”
- Daisy Vazquez, Administrator, Urban Health, Clermont, FL
“The speaker was knowledgeable and easy to follow and understand. Concise information needed to understand the process from start to finish.”
- Deanna Williams, Administrator, Advanced Urology Medical, Los Angeles, CA
“Everything was broken down well and was easy to understand.”
- Kimberly Taylor, Credentialing Specialist, Family Care Partners of Northeast Florida, LLC, Jacksonville, FL
“It was great.”
- Dorothee Bennett,Provider Enrollment Manager, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Tampa, Fl
“The speaker was very knowledgeable about the subject matter and did not ramble. Very informative and easy to follow along and understand.”
- Chloe Castillo,Credentialing Specialist,The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group, San Antonio, TX