Follow up with the insurance company often.

By | October 10, 2020

Insurance companies have a way of losing provider applications, or putting them in “limbo”-where they are not being reviewed properly and the medical credentialing process goes nowhere. The problem with credentialing application “limbo” is that if an application is stuck there for more than a few weeks, it might expire and be automatically rejected, leaving the provider (that’s you) with no option but to start again, from step one. Hence, you will want to call each insurance company every time an application (or any documentation) is faxed, emailed, or mailed to them. After that, you will want to call every insurance company about every 2 weeks, to check up on the status on your credentialing applications.

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