Meet Your Expert
Yesenia Servin is a nationally certified credentialing specialist, with over 20 years of experience in healthcare credentialing, contracting and payer enrollment. Her background includes working with various healthcare organizations, Durable Medical Equipment (DME), Managed Care Organizations (MCO), Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC), and Academic Health Systems.
In addition to her role with Loyola University Medical Center, Yesenia has built her professional consultation business to serve healthcare professionals of all specialties. As a well-rounded credentialing specialist, her expertise extends through managing both provider credentialing and payer credentialing and enrollment.
Yesenia enjoys spending time with her family and jumping into the mini-van with them for a road-trip.
Training Sessions by Yesenia Servin
Medicare revalidation applications are tedious, time-consuming, and confusing – and this year, the rules have changed yet again. It’s more challenging than ever to ensure your providers remain in good standing with Medicare. Failure to stay on top of the revalidation can delay your reimbursement – or halt it altogether. Even an innocent mistake during the Medicare revalidation process can […]Learn More
The CAQH ProView provider profile has been overhauled yet AGAIN—and if you want to keep bringing in revenue, you can’t afford to avoid it. Private payers and government insurers both rely on your CAQH ProView profile for enrollment and credentialing of your providers. This makes managing your CAQH ProView account one of the most important factors in your reimbursement toolbox. […]Learn More
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Center for Medicare and Medicaid services (CMS) recently put a hold on the launch of PECOS 2.0. Although experts agree that it will launch, the Agency gave no projected date. Accordingly, this online training is being put on HOLD until the launch date has been announced. If you would like to reserve your access to this training, […]Learn More
Managing the credentialing, enrollment, and reassignment for multiple practices increases your chance of error (and revenue loss) exponentially. There are hundreds of hoops you are required to jump through to keep your provider and practice information accurate and up to date. One simple mistake can significantly delay your reimbursement, or make it dry up altogether. The good news is that […]Learn More