Frequently Asked Questions
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If you manage any type of licensed medical professional – CredyApp is your solution to better healthcare provider management. Different types of facilities are easily can use CredyApp such as Individual Providers, Hospitals, Managed Care Organization, Medical Clinics, Staffing companies, etc.
You can easily reset your password through Account Settings page.
You can provide client access to CredyApp portal where they can check status of Credentialing Process. Click on Add new User right from left menu, insert email and Name of the Providers, assign role “Provider” and access for Groups, Providers and Workflow. Users will receive an email invitation to their accounts.
Medical credentialing ensures that nurses and physicians are properly trained, certified and have the necessary professional experience to provide medical services to patients. This is an extremely important aspect of maintaining a high level of safety in the health care profession.
Some of the most popular and largest insurance companies are Medicare, United Healthcare, Aetna, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare, Humana, Fidelis Care, and many others.
CAQH stands for Council of Affordable and Quality Healthcare. It is a non-profit organization founded several years ago by a private insurance panel. Most commercial payers require that a CAQH profile completed before you begin the credentialing process can begin. Panels use the CAQH to verify the provider’s personal information as well as educational and employment history.
The NPI identifies you as the rendering practitioner, or the one providing the service. In the Medical Industry it’s like SSN (Social Security Number). It tracks you for the duration of your career. Regardless of who set up your profile, this identifier is unique to you. No matter where you work, you will carry this identifier with you.
Provider enrollment is the process of arranging for healthcare providers to register with insurance plans, networks, Medicare, and Medicaid so the provider can receive payment for the services they provide to patients.
The Credentialing process usually takes from 90 to 120 days based on the guidelines. In some cases, the process may be completed within 90 days; in others it may take longer than 120 days.
Provider credentialing is the process of verifying a health care provider’s licenses, education, and work history to ensure that they are qualified to provide patient care. Provider enrollment allows providers and their facilities to receive payment from a health insurance or network.