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Credentialing is a necessary process to be considered as an In network Provider.
Credentialing requires ALL of the following except:
It’s good practice to share your rates with other clinicians to ensure you’re getting the best rate.
As an INN provider, you can bill the client the remainder between your full fee and what the insurance pays
The average credentialing time is:
Insurance companies may not be accepting new clinicians to join their network. You can petition to join a closed panel. This process is called:
You may choose to e an INN provider for one particular client. This would require you to contract on a case-by-case basis.
Some insurance companies will credential you based on certain specializations. Most plans will allow for ‘telehealth services.” Ethically, is it necessary to be trained in this modality prior to providing telemedicine?
Is it allowed for a provider to have “insurance only” days in their office?
Contracts can be confusing and dense. You can find the following clauses in your contract except: