Medical credentialing can be both confusing and overwhelming, but it doesn’t need to be!
Credentialing FAQ – Medical Credentialing, Provider Enrollment
Below are answers to a some Frequently Asked Questions about credentialing. In addition, we’d be happy to answer your specific questions! Contact us anytime toll-free at 1-855-664-5154.
Q: Why would someone want credentialing?
Q: What is the process of getting credentialed with insurance companies?
Q: Do I get to choose the panels I want to be on?
Q: What if I don’t know which panels in my area are best for me?
Q: What are some of the more popular insurance companies?
Q: How long does the credentialing process take?
Q: How many hours of work does insurance credentialing take?
Q: Do you have experienced credentialing providers in my area?
Q: Do you have experienced credentialing providers in my specialty?
Q: Am I guaranteed to get on the panels I choose?
Q: What if the insurance panel I want to be credentialed with is closed?
Q: What if all the insurance panels are closed?
Q: Can interns / limited-license providers be credentialed with insurance companies?
Q: Can an intern bill patients under a supervising provider?
Q: How long do I need to wait after getting licensed before I can get on insurance panels?
Q: What exactly is a panel?
Q: What is an NPI number (an NPI 1, and an NPI 2)?
Q: What is CAQH?
Q: Can I get credentialed with an EAP (Employee Assistance Program)?
Q: How much does credentialing cost?
Q: How can I track my insurance credentialing progress?
Q: Can an LMHC accept Medicare?
Q: What is the process for getting credentialed with Tri-care?
Q: Can providers with a disciplinary action on their record still be paneled?
Q: DIY Credentialing: the number one challenge:
Q: DIY Credentialing: the challenge of “missing” information:
Q: For Physicians: do I need to be “Board Certified” to get on insurance panels?
Q: Do you provide medical billing?