Category: Delegated Credentialing


Centralized credentialing can help eliminate repetitive work, improve revenue cycle, and lower credentialing costs for hospitals, facilities and practices. It also improves provider data integrity and facilitates delegation with payers. To take a deeper dive into the benefits of centralized credentialing, let’s take a moment to understand what centralizing means and what tasks should and […]

Delegated credentialing is a powerful strategy for provider organizations because it gives provider groups control and visibility into their activation dates with health plans. But many provider organizations struggle with setting up and maintaining an NCQA-compliant process that is cost effective and scalable and that meets the needs of the payers. This blog post provides […]