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Get a Credentiaing Coupon for One Free Commercial Payer Application

We know the many details of credentialing can crush you. We want to ease some of the pain.

Take advantage of this special credentialing coupon.

A $199 Value!

  • Good for ONE FREE commercial payer application 
  • Medical or Vision Payer
  • Valid through 12/31/2024

    Disclaimer:  One coupon per practice in 2024 and must be used with a credentialing project of $500 or more.

  • Claim your Credentialing Coupon Today!

    Everything You Need to Know about WeCredential Maintenance Service

    In the video, RevCycle Partners Credentialing Services Manager Dave Kegel answers the most frequently asked questions about outsourcing your practice’s ongoing credentialing. The video helps optometry practices sort through the decision of outsourcing credentialing.

    The Hidden Complexities of Credentialing a New Doctor 

    Credentialing Seems Simple

    But even practices that pride themselves in being on top of credentialing can find themselves floundering with one small oversight. One area practices often get tangled up in is credentialing a new doctor who recently graduated.

    Take, for example, an established community optometry practice in Kansas that signed on a new associate—a recent optometry grad. Since the doctor was a new grad, the office assumed the doctor would not currently be on any of the insurance panels.

    They did the next logical and responsible thing by filling out new provider applications for all of the insurances, including Medicaid.

    This office followed credentialing best practices. They even did the laborious and disciplined work of following up with Medicaid every three weeks, checking the status of the doctor’s inclusion on the panels. Four months and four follow-up calls later, it seemed their diligence paid off. They received news from the insurance rep that the doctor’s application had been approved and the doctor was linked to all of the practice’s locations. The new doc started seeing patients, including Medicaid patients.

    But a month later, the first EOB arrived. It was a shocker. All of the visits that the doctor had billed to Medicaid were denied.

    Read the rest here.

    Credentialing Services for Optometrists

    RevCycle Partners provides credentialing services for optometrists.

    Do you have credentialing headaches that you are ready to relieve?