As a health care provider, you probably know all too well how vital provider credentialing is for clients who need care.
Many clients wouldn’t dream of seeking professional help without using their insurance to cover the costs. Additionally, insurance companies are broadening their own horizons as to what services they will cover, from mental and behavioral health services, as well as services like acupuncture and massage therapy. Clients are more willing to seek out these services if they are covered by their insurance.
With all of this in mind, it goes without saying that one key to building a successful health care practice is being able to be reimbursed by insurance companies for your services.
That sounds great, doesn’t it? Your practice grows and your clients are happy because you accept their insurance. However, if you can’t accept insurance because you aren’t on insurance panels, the process of getting on those panels – also known as insurance credentialing – can be a nightmare, but that’s where Thriveworks can help.
We can let you focus on your clients – not on talking to insurance companies.
Instead of submitting the paperwork and undergoing the hassle yourself, let Thriveworks take care of your medical credentialing for you. We’ll submit the necessary information, touch base with the insurance companies, let you know the progress we’re making, and get you on the insurance panels you need in order for your practice to grow. The entire time we’re working, you’ll be doing what you do best: helping your clients improve the quality of their lives.
Let Thriveworks make the necessary step of credentialing as easy as possible.
Our website is packed with helpful tips and articles for you if you’re ready to take on the process of medical credentialing on your own. Or, you can call us here at 1-855-4-THRIVE (1-855-484-7483) and let us take care of the time and the worry for you. We’d love to answer your questions and get you on the road to building a more successful practice!
Your Friends at Thriveworks Credentialing