As an RN, you have many options in regards to where you work, the type of patients you help, and whether you even want to go into practice for yourself. If you are interested in the latter, you already know the importance of being able to accept your patients’ insurance… right?
Imagine this: a potential client wants to utilize your services, and is excited that they found you. But then… they find that you don’t accept their insurance. Rather than paying out of pocket, this client will more than likely try to find a different health care provider who actually takes their insurance. And they’ll likely succeed! You don’t want this to happen to you time and time again with every new client that comes through your doors. You want to be able to offer them the healthcare they seek, of which will be covered by their insurance!
Hopefully this scenario helps you understand the importance of getting credentialed. Now—what exactly does this process entail? The process of getting on insurance panels is called “medical credentialing,” and at MedicalCredentialing.org, we specialize in helping you to accomplish this. Simply put, getting networked with insurance companies is a headache (some say it’s a nightmare, but we don’t think it’s quite that bad) for providers. However, our friendly, expertly-trained staff love the opportunity to efficiently and affordably complete your credentialing for you.
We’d love to talk with you–whether you’re interested in delegating your medical credentialing, or if you just have a few questions about getting on insurance panels. Call us anytime at 1-855-664-5154.