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 also vital to ensure you comply with the No Surprises Act requirements related to current and accurate provider directory listings. Failure to do so can result in penalties of up to $10,000 per violation (i.e., each incorrect directory listing).
There is a lot riding on you mastering the 2023 ProView changes and keeping your provider’s CAQH profile accurate and up to date – and it must be done RIGHT NOW. Accurately applying these mandatory CAQH changes is the ONLY way to get your enrollments approved and keep your payor reimbursements coming in.
The good news is that you don’t have to tackle these confusing 2023 CAQH ProView portal changes alone…
Nationally certified credentialing specialist Yesenia Servin, CPMSM, PESC, can help. During her upcoming online training session on Thursday, February 16th at 3 pm ET, she’ll walk you through every new 2023 CAQH Proview change step-by-step. By attending this upcoming training, you’ll receive practical tactics to help keep your CAQH profile accurate and compliant for both existing and upcoming payers.
Here are just a few of the CAQH 2023 credentialing updates strategies you’ll learn from attending this 60-minute online training:
- Reduce payer and network enrollment rejections from inaccurate application details
- Implement a solid process for maintaining your CAQH provider accounts
- Cut processing delays due to incorrect health plan directory listings
- Steer clear of everyday CAQH Practice Manager pitfalls
- Master attestation requirements to get paid more quickly
- Pinpoint attestation requirements to speed your recredentialing turnaround time
- Design an internal process to more easily track CAQH attestations and expirables
- Correct critical data points that hold up successful payer credentialing and enrollment
- Increase your practice’s entire credentialing and enrollment success
- Stop payment gaps by avoiding common provider CAQH profile inaccuracies
- And so much more!
Who should attend? Anyone involved in enrollment, credentialing and compliance at your practice will benefit from this online training. Whether you’re new to the CAQH ProView credentialing portal or a seasoned expert, you’ll get insights from this practical online training.
Mastering the 2023 ProView portal changes is the only way to ensure your payer credentialing, enrollment, and reimbursements are successful. It’s critical that you maintain an accurate CAQH profile for each provider, and this is precisely what Yesenia will help you accomplish during this upcoming online training.
You can get paid faster and avoid non-compliance penalties by attending this upcoming expert-led online training. Participation is limited to ensure an optimal training experience for all attendees. To guarantee your access, sign up for this session today!
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.