Sep 13, 2018, 11:07 AM
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63% of healthcare professionals agree that provider enrollment continues to be a higher priority
The information in this report is based on responses from 515 credentialing and provider enrollment professionals throughout the U.S. who highlight the fact that the provider enrollment industry has many opportunities for improvement. These healthcare professionals are identifying the need for industry-wide improvements in the way that provider enrollment is resourced and managed, and they will be the impetus for those changes in the coming years.
Some of the key findings include:
- Biggest challenge in provider enrollment is keeping up with volume of work required for each physician
- Use of PECOS for CMS enrollment has increased substantially
- Most healthcare professionals are using a combination of software and spreadsheets to manage their provider enrollment activities
- and more...