Yesenia Servin

Nationally Certified Credentialing Specialist

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

  • CAQH profile
    Feb 16, 2023 - 3:00 ET

    You can expect the 2023 CAQH ProView changes to be a nightmare, but you really have no choice. If you want to keep your practice’s revenue flowing, your provider’s CAQH profile MUST be kept accurate, active, and in compliance. Both government and commercial payers use your CAQH profile during their enrollment and credentialing processes. Complying with the 2023 changes is […]

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  • Credentialing providers at multiple locations

    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 […]

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    Whether you like it or not, to be paid by Medicare, you must master the complexities of the CMS PECOS (Provider Enrollment, Chain and Ownership System) website. And there is a lot riding on you getting it right the first time. CMS has strict guidelines for proper completion and compliance with their PECOS system (for both new and existing Medicare […]

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  • CAQH application

    If you don’t correctly set up your CAQH application profile, you’re risking major consequences for your providers. Whether you’re brand new to credentialing and enrollment or you’ve got some experience under your belt, the process is complicated and confusing. All it takes is one simple mistake on your CAQH application or re-attestation to cause your provider’s reimbursement to grind to […]

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