Keeping up with the numerous online enrollment and credentialing services (PECOS, CAQH, NPPES, NPI) you’re required to use is enough to give anyone a massive headache. There always seems to be a new hoop you are required to jump through to ensure your provider credentials are accurate and current.
Getting it wrong really isn’t an option. Just one simple mistake can have dire consequences. Your providers could lose their hospital privileges, get kicked off of insurance panels, and have their reimbursement stopped – for Medicare and private payers.
But how are you supposed to keep up with everything else on your plate?
There is a way, and credentialing and enrollment expert, Tracey Tokheim, is going to show you how. During her 60-minute training session, Tracey will pinpoint the most common errors, and then show you have to avoid them. She will help you make your credentialing process more accurate and less stressful – the first time.
Here are several of the plain-English, easy-to-implement credentialing tactics you’ll receive by taking advantage of this 60-minute online training:
Mastering the various credentialing and enrollment site requirements is essential to the continued success and compliance of your organization. You CAN more accurately and successfully manage the nuances of the various online enrollment and credentialing sites (PECOS, CAQH, NPPES, NPI) with the proven tactics you’ll learn during this online training.
The constant changes, confusing language and importance of getting your provider enrollment and credentialing right the first time makes this online training session a must-attend. Don’t wait, sign up today!
This session is part of a 2-part Provider Credentialing Series. If you'd like to learn more about this series, please click here.
Tracey has 25+ years of provider enrollment/credentialing experience. Currently she is the Product Line Senior Director of Aperture Credentialing, LLC. She regularly works with practices to help them improve the efficiency and accuracy of their enrollment and credentialing processes.
Tracey has dedicated her career to helping healthcare organizations that are experiencing process failures. She works hard to help them achieve success with proven implementation strategies and easy-to-use process changes. Tracey holds a Master’s in Business Administration and Project Management.