A Critical Credentialing Conversation: Challenges, Impacts, and a Call to Change

Healthcare5/16/2024 5:00 PM

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In today’s distressed healthcare landscape, with care team shortages, financial pressure, and patient demand on the rise, the need to efficiently onboard new providers has never been greater. Nonetheless, many health systems are using outdated technology, manual processes, and disconnected systems to manage provider credentialing, privileging, and enrolment.

Getting providers fully ready and into production can take six to nine months – or more – negatively impacting patient access, time-to-revenue, and provider engagement. Health systems cannot afford to continue with this status quo that’s costing them time, money, and talent.

Join us for an enlightening webinar where healthcare experts explore strategies of significant improvement on time-to-credential and achieve a process of scale.

Learning Objectives:

  • Current challenges around provider credentialing and enrollment and why change is critical to the success of health system strategic initiatives

  • The hallmarks of a best practice approach to provider credentialing, privileging, and enrollment – from providers to executive leadership and all staff in between

  • The type of innovation required to set your health system up for success today and in the future

  • Strategies your health system can implement to accelerate time-to-credential and get providers delivering and billing for patient care and services sooner   


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QGenda is a healthcare workforce management solution that helps healthcare organizations optimize staffing, reduce labor costs, and improve patient care. They offer a comprehensive platform for provider scheduling, nurse and staff scheduling, time and attendance tracking, compensation management, and analytics. QGenda serves over 4,500 healthcare organizations and more than 700,000 providers, including academic medical centers, hospitals and health systems, managed service organizations, federal healthcare organizations, and private practices.