- Together, we identify which insurance panels work best for you.
- We provide you with a master survey to complete. This survey contains all of the basic information that insurance companies will need when considering your request.
- Using your master survey, we contact the insurance panels of your choosing, we retrieve the necessary applications, complete them, and submit them.
- After your applications have been submitted, our work still isn’t done. We will consistently follow up with the insurance companies to make sure that progress is being made and that your request is being considered.
Instead of spending hours completing and submitting paperwork and following up with insurance companies, you can spend your days giving your clients the excellent care they deserve.
Q: Which insurance panels are the best for me?
We maintain a large database, complete with information about panels in your area as well as the applications for those panels. If you don’t contact us with certain panels in mind, we are more than happy to help you decide which ones are best for you.
Q: How long does medical credentialing take?
Q: About how many hours of work does medical credentialing require?
A: We dedicate an enormous amount of time to credentialing our providers.On average, credentialing a client on one panel takes around 8 to 10 hours of work. So, if you applied for 10 insurance panels, we would dedicate between 80 to 100 hours of work on your credentialing process alone.
Q: Am I guaranteed to get on the panels of my choice?
Q: What if a panel that I want to be on is closed?
Q: What if all of my panels are closed?
Q: How much does medical credentialing cost?
Q: Will I be able to track the progress of my credentialing?
Q: Can a LMHC accept Medicare?
A: Currently, laws are being presented before Congress that could allow all mental health providers (LMHCs, LPCs, LMFTs, LCPCs, etc.) to accept Medicare as a third party payment. There are a small number of areas in the U.S. where this is not permitted. If the laws in your area don’t allow you to accept Medicare, we will work with you to find a comparable panel.