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In-House Doctor Credentialing VS. Outsourcing

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There are many areas of your healthcare practice that can be taken care of in-house.

Many medical professionals choose to have their billing, coding, and transcription services taken care of on-site.

While not as cost-effective as outsourcing, hiring a dedicated staff member to help you with these duties is convenient and can save time.

So what about doctor credentialing?

Doctor credentialing is one area of your practice that should almost always be outsourced.

The credentialing process requires a third party to review your education, training, certifications, and personal background.

You may also be investigated for any malpractice actions taken against you as well as any license revocations that have occurred throughout your professional career.

For this reason, outsourcing your doctor credentialing is a good idea.

It will prevent any potential conflicts of interest because a disinterred third party will be the one investigating your background.

Outsourced doctor credentialing is also beneficial because it is more cost-effective than hiring a new employee.

You will work with dedicated credentialing experts who are updated on the latest laws, rules, and regulations.

You can rest assured that you, your patients, and your staff are protected and that your business’s operations are both legal and ethical.

When it comes to doctor credentialing, you, your staff, and your vendors need to be vetted by an experienced third-party credentialing company professionally trained in the credentialing process.

To learn more about doctor credentialing, insurance, coding, outsourcing, and everything you need to establish a successful healthcare practice, follow all of Sherlock Doc’s adventures on the DoctorsBusinessNetwork.com or Doctors Business Channel on YouTube!

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