Credentialing — also called medical, provider or physician credentialing — is a detailed process that reviews doctors’ qualifications and career history including their education, training, residency and licenses, as well as any specialty certificates. Credentialing must be completed upon the hire or enrollment of a new doctor and regularly afterwards to abide by the standards set forth by regulatory and accreditation organizations such as the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and The Joint Commission (TJC).
No. Our service does not include enrollment. We are focused on primary source verification for medical staff as described above. And while we don’t do enrollment at all, the accurate provider data that comes out of the primary source verification work that CredSimple does is extremely useful to the enrollment process (and we’d welcome an introduction to your medical credentialing department).
Yes. CredSimple is an NCQA certified CVO. NCQA awarded us a score of 100% across all 10 elements of credentials verification.
A CVO or Credentials Verification Organization is a third-party organization that gathers data and verifies the credentials of doctors and other healthcare practitioners. Health plans, hospitals and other entities that provide healthcare services to consumers may delegate credentialing responsibilities to a CVO to maximize operational efficiency.
Utilizing CredSimple’s software in conjunction with our data and services lowers the total cost of credentialing, saves your team measurable time and increases your efficiency and operational functionality.
CredSimple automates all the tasks that don’t require a human touch/brain, freeing up your team to focus on more important matters, rather than repetitive manual tasks (your team will thank you). With our NCQA certification, you automatically score 100% for your credentialing section on your next NCQA survey.
In addition to saving meaningful time by streamlining your credentialing process, the CredSimple platform offers on-demand provider data extracts to streamline committee prep, import your credentialing data into your current provider data management system or to add value to other administrative functions, such as your care management system or provider directory.
By plugging in directly to primary source databases and automating the data transfer, we eliminate manual tasks–improving credentialing turnaround time by 94% and decreasing risk of errors.
CredSimple allows you to stay on top of your credentialing process. This prevents the development of backlogs and allows you to scale easily and efficiently without adding additional headcount. Let’s chat.
With a legacy CVO, work processes are done manually, which increases the cost and turnaround time. CredSimple’s processes are automated and/or enabled by technology, which translates to a platform that programmatically manages application compliance, seamlessly completes primary source verifications (PSV), performs ongoing monitoring allows for reporting and exporting of data, and saves you meaningful time on committee prep and review.
CredSimple’s standard turnaround time is five days or less.
Yes, you read that right, five days or less.
CredSimple maintains up-to-date NCQA and JCAHO compliant primary source databases. Thus, many of CredSimple’s verifications take place in real time as providers are added to the CredSimple platform. Additional verifications, such as education and NPDB queries, can take up to two business days.
Since CredSimple seeks to ensure complete data accuracy, some data may also require review before being released. Applications containing medical staff verifications including background checks, verification of insurance coverage and affiliation history, and collection of reference letters will be completed within five days.
At any time, our clients can see the status of each part of a provider’s credentialing application or monitoring. Learn More
Yes! We can provide background checks, verification of insurance coverage and affiliation history, and collection of reference letters. In short, CredSimple can satisfy all NCQA and Joint Commission requirements for primary source verifications and data collection, delivering to clients the complete package of information ready for your review committee.
Yes. In fact, we customize solutions for most of our clients to meet their specific credentialing and provider data needs. Request a demo for more information.
CredSimple maintains up-to-date primary source databases that are compliant to credentialing standards (including NCQA and JCO). After each database update, CredSimple checks your roster against new data about license expirations, sanctions or malpractice cases, alerting you to problems with your provider network and keeping your providers informed and your patients safe.
CredSimple captures provider data in three ways: