It might be time to take another look at your payer relationships. Modio’s credentialing operations manager, Amy Aymar, tells us why. The relationship between payers and provider credentialing teams is an important one to nurture. Efficiently credentialing a provider with an insurance company ensures that
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Clinician burnout and staffing shortages have been taxing our healthcare system for years. The COVID-19 pandemic certainly exacerbated things; however, these issues loomed long before. While there is no silver bullet solution, we can agree that what’s really important is patients having access to quality,
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The pandemic brought a lot of changes to the healthcare sector, particularly its workforce. Even before the pandemic, providers, especially nurses, were overworked and understaffed with COVID-19 elevating these challenges. During the pandemic, the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses surveyed more than 6,500 critical care
Healthcare providers are expected to be superhuman; however, just like the rest of us, they are not immune from mental health challenges, and unfortunately, barriers to seeking care remain high. The nature of being a clinician itself is not an easy road — long hours
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, provider credentialing played a critical role in ensuring that patients received quality care. Physicians and nurses were needed in different states and of course, telemedicine increasingly became the preferred method of care for many. Provider credentialing is already extremely complex, and