...We’re asked a lot of questions from healthcare professionals before they become clients. We’ve gathered the most frequently asked questions below for you to review...but we know that you may have other specific questions. Feel free to contact us by phone or E-mail. One of our friendly and knowledgeable account executives will be happy to answer them.
Q: What does GET-CREDENTIALED do?
A: We prepare, submit, follow-up, and track submissions to insurance companies for healthcare professionals in order for them to be reimbursed for their service. We are experts in the process and are familiar with all of the insurance companies’ enrollment practices and procedures.
We eliminate problems, avoid delays, fill out necessary paper work, and act as an advocate for our clients throughout the credentialing process. The bottom line is we help healthcare professionals get paid.
Q: Can’t I do the enrollment myself?
A: Honestly yes, but when a lot is riding on something, isn’t that the time you call a professional. A plumber, a lawyer, and yeah a doctor. Time is money. Avoidable errors are costly. Navigating through the latest processes and submitting the correct and complete information requested for the money insurance companies including Medicare and Medicaid, can be overwhelming. Getting paid is what keeps you in business. GET-CREDENTIALED is the most efficient, easiest, and sure way of getting enrolled, credentialed, and paid. Sure you can do it yourself. You could represent yourself in court or do your own tax return; but in the end, doesn't it make "cents"[sic] to call us?
Q: What about maintaining my status on an insurance company's panel of participating providers?
A: Renewal is simple, so much so we advise your staff how to complete the process. We save you money by showing you how to do it yourself.
Q: What about billing for my services?
A: We are not a billing company. We complete the application process to get a provider ID number for each plan, then your office billing or billing company can provide and process your bills.