Improve Provider Credentialing/Enrollment Results, Monitoring Tool Key

Credentialing Enrollment Monitoring
Expert: Tracey Tokheim Length: 60 minutes

There is a lot riding on you accurately keeping track of your provider’s numerous credentialing and enrollment obligations. And Credentialing Enrollment Monitoring.

If something falls through the cracks, or if the information is not 100% accurate, they can be left with no way to get paid for the services they provide.

Whether you are managing payer credentialing requests, updating hospital applications or adding a new provider, there are a million places where things can go wrong.

Every payer, hospital, and government agency have their own unique requirements, and without the right monitoring tools, it can seem impossible to stay ahead.

Fortunately, credentialing expert, Tracey Tokheim, can help. During her 60-minute online training, Tracey will walk you through each step of a successful credentialing and enrollment management process.

Whether you are managing one or 100 providers, she’ll help you determine how you can streamline your current monitoring processes to reduce your hassle and improve the outcomes.

Here are just a few of the plain-English, easy-to-implement credentialing enrollment monitoring strategies that you’ll receive by taking advantage of this 60-minute online training:

  • Head off the top barriers to successful enrollment before they’re a problem
  • Overcome the most common application “red flags” to keep revenue flowing
  • How to use PECOS and CAQH to streamline your credentialing processes
  • Effectively track re-credentialing moving parts with simple Excel tool
  • Determine whether a credentialing software is worth the cost
  • Avoid data overload, determine what information you really NEED to track
  • Prevent lost enrollment applications with proven provider activity tracking tool
  • How to successfully include hospital privileging tracking into the mix
  • And so much more…

The most common credentialing and enrollment errors are due to poor processes. Whether it’s a missed deadline or an incomplete application, the result can be financially devastating for your practice.

The good news is, that with a few process modifications, you can improve the accuracy and timeliness of your credentialing and enrollment compliance, and keep your reimbursement flowing.

You can lighten your credentialing and enrollment burden by registering for this expert-led, 60-minute online training.

Don’t wait, to sign up. Credentialing Enrollment Monitoring.

Meet Your Expert

Tracey TokheimAperture Credentialing, LLC

A recognized leader known for crafting strategic vision to achieve business goals through the development and execution of process efficiency, out-of-the box thinking, and key management partnerships.

While serving as a Product Line Senior Director with Aperture Credentialing, LLC, Tracey has achieved a strong customer collaboration to secure customer commitment to efficient provider enrollment/credentialing and the use of our products to get to a very efficient process.

Tracey’s career is comprised of over fifteen years management experience and over ten years project management execution while being recognized by staff for exceptional customer focus and employee recognition opportunity as “One of our Best” nominated by employees and leaders.

Tracey has dedicated her adult career to health care organizations experiencing process failure and been a part of achieving process success, execution successful implementation of training and process change, and leaves a mark as a leader by example.

Tracey holds a Master’s in Business Administration and Project Management and donates time and dollars to help children play sports who otherwise cannot afford it.    She also has a passion for the outdoors while spending time with family and on her Harley.  Tracey lives in Minnesota hence being outdoors is a love and a must.  Even in the cold!!!


I loved it!!! Very detailed, wonderful advice, and love that she gave resources!
Ashley Linde
Office Specialist, Klamath Basin Behavioral Health
You did well in explaining every detail that needed to be explained. You made sure to hit the process from beginning to end and how a person can do it on their own.
Marisol Perez
Executive Assistant, CENTA
Provided good content of the subject matter.
Sandy Routly
Clinical Risk and Compliance Manager, JPS Health Network
It was clear and concise.
Melinda Whitaker
Credentialing Coordinator, Bristow Endeavor Healthcare