Credentialing

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With over 150 possible credentials for nurses, doctors, and all other medical professionals, it is a job in itself to keep track of it all. Float Care’s credentialing platform allows for easy access to all of your records, licenses, certifications, and more.

Credentialing

What is Medical Credentialing?

The credentialing process might seem simple at first glance. Still, there is a high possibility that you will encounter a host of problems like errors in documents, time taken for processing, and issues with insurance companies. Let FloatCare help you with your hospital credentialing needs.

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Why is Credentialing Important?

Our streamlined Credentialing process is easy to use and will save valuable time. We offer a comprehensive suite of features designed to guide healthcare providers through the credentialing process. Our service will provide helpful information about the type of degree, certificate, or license a provider may have.

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Credentialing Checklist for Healthcare Providers

In the past, hospitals and healthcare facilities would send paper documents back and forth to request copies of your documents. In the modern age, the credentialing process has been streamlined with an automated system that allows you to upload your forms, practice affiliations, and other credentials online for your potential employer to review. 

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Credentialing for Nurses: Why is it Important?

FloatCare makes credentialing for nurses easy we'll take care of all the details. We work with hospitals, staffing agencies, and other providers to streamline the e-credentialing process. 

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Reasons Why Medical Credentialing is Important

Partnership with insurance carriers is crucial for any medical establishment. Healthcare professionals are required to produce certain verifications before they can be considered for any refund.If a healthcare professional fails to acquire appropriate credentialing, it can result in the insurance provider not refunding the medical establishment that bills the healthcare practitioner. Assuming a medical facility allows a practitioner to deliver service before credentialing, the insurance company can defer the payment of the medical establishment to compensate for the services provided.Due to the limited timeframe, the medical office runs the risk of losing thousands of dollars that may not be recouped from the insurer.

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Medical Credentialing Checklist | Healthcare Credentialing Documents Checklist

Your new practice will usually ask you about your malpractice coverage, especially if you don't have it already. Insurers review multiple years of claims frequency and severity when evaluating a case.Medical professional liability insurance is also known as error and omissions coverage (E&O). Healthcare professionals are protected by medical malpractice insurance against claims alleging negligence caused patients' injuries.During credentialing, you will be asked for information such as certificate number, maximum individual and aggregate limits, occurrence versus claims-made policy, part- versus full-time status, practice location, coverage dates, and any retroactive date of application.

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