3-Part Training: Credentialing – Everything Your Practice Needs for Successful Medicare Enrollment


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Part 1: Credentialing 101 for Your Practice

Credentialing and enrollment 101 for physician practices. Step-by-step strategies to help you master credentialing and enrollment basics to avoid errors and ensure that your revenue keeps flowing.

Part 2: Cut Through Confusion and Get Paid

How to navigate CAQH account management and apply CAQH updates for successful credentialing of new and existing providers, to avoid noncompliance and delayed payments.

Part 3: Understanding 855I and 855R CMS Forms for Medicare Enrollment

Proven tools to help you complete and submit your Medicare Part B enrollment application forms 855I and 855R more easily and accurately the first time. This training will also help you update Medicare forms, remove …


You can’t wait for your new provider to start generating revenue. But one misstep getting him credentialed with your top payers and you could delay his enrollment and even cost him his Medicare license.

It’s really hard to accurately complete the CAHQ application and 855 forms. That’s where credentialing experts come in. Tracey Tokheim, Yesenia Servin, CPMSM and Stephanie Thomas, CPC, CANPC, have put together three must-have online training sessions that help you with the most important aspects of provider credentialing and enrollment.

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PART 1: Credentialing 101 for Your Practice

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The consequences of incorrect provider enrollment and credentialing are extreme. Your provider can be terminated from payer networks, lose hospital admitting privileges, and see dramatic reductions in new patients and revenue.

Provider enrollment and credentialing is complex and time consuming. Each payer can have slightly different requirements, which can easily trip you up and lead to serious backlash. However, with a firm handle on the basics, you can avoid delayed payments due to credentialing and enrollment errors and ensure that your revenue keeps flowing.

That’s where credentialing and enrollment expert, Tracey Tokheim, can help. During her upcoming 90-minute online training session, she’ll walk you through the most important aspects of provider credentialing and enrollment, and help you ensure everything sails through the approval process the first time.

Here are just a few of the step-by-step strategies you’ll receive by attending this 90-minute online training:

  • Proven process to overcome the top barriers to successful enrollment
  • Identify application red flags fast and stop them from delaying application approval
  • Avoid missed deadlines with proven provider enrollment activity tracking
  • Master electronic database application processes
  • Pin down clear hand-offs to avoid details falling through the cracks
  • Implement proven expirables management to stop being dropped
  • Proven Initial Application Process Checklist to head off missed deadlines
  • Head off the most common reference errors
  • And so much more…

Unlike hospitals that enlist full time credentialing and enrollment professionals, you’re probably being expected to tackle these duties on top of your already crazy day-to-day duties. You are not alone. By attending this upcoming, interactive online training, you’ll get the inside scoop on how to file more accurate applications and avoid delayed or lost reimbursement due to preventable credentialing errors.

Don’t submit another application or credentialing update without signing up for this must attend training. Register today!

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PART 2: CAQH Credentialing: Cut Through Confusion and Get Paid

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To get reimbursed from commercial payers, you MUST use the CAQH online database. While it’s supposed to make it easier for you to credential your providers (both new and existing), it often does exactly the opposite.

It’s essential that you get your provider’s CAQH application right the FIRST TIME. One simple mistake to either a new or renewal application can lead to your provider’s commercial reimbursement stopping altogether. What you need is detailed step-by-step advice that works.

This is where payer credentialing and enrollment expert, Yesenia Servin, CPMSM, can help. During this 60-minute online training session, Yesenia walk you through exactly how to correctly manage your CAQH applications. During this training, you’ll learn how to successfully complete both new and renewal CAQH applications. You’ll walk away with the strategies you need to get the job done right the first time to keep your cash flowing.

PART 3: Understanding 855I and 855R CMS Forms for Medicare Enrollment

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Order the downloadable version and listen to it at your convenience.

One of the most significant reasons why Medicare enrollment has declined drastically is because there are simply many inaccurate or incomplete applications. This is because the 885I and 855R CMS forms are extremely complex and can be difficult to understand, even for professionals.

One might argue that this process was intentionally designed to be this difficult so that fewer people would be able to enroll. This is, of course, unacceptable. We need to take steps to ensure that you get what you deserve by law.

What Are the Consequences of Incorrectly Completing these Forms?

Many negative outcomes are directly tied to amount of delayed Medicare enrollment applications. And, it is the applicants who suffer the most. This results in everything from delayed reimbursements, to not having coverage when you need it the most.

It can also lead to providers simply not having the information they need to give proper care to their patients.

Simply put, applicants are not able to go through the Medicare credentialing process and they’re often left without anything.

Past Webinar Reviews:

“Very Clear and Concise.”
– Della Collins, Practice Manager, Tidewater Endocrinology

“The webinar provided a lot of good information.”
– Amber Green, Clinical Financial Specialist, Heritage Behavioral Health Center

“It was helpful, handouts helped to follow along!”
– Darlene Hendon, Practice Administrator, Chattanooga Eye Institute

“Speaker explained the forms in detail.”
– Kam Sattar, Executive Assistant, Long Island Select Healthcare, Inc.

“Very Detailed. The speaker was very experienced about the topic.”
– Jason De Jesus, HR Assistant, Koolauloa Health Center

“Very informative, she answered some of my basic questions.”
– Lisa Dean, Credentialing Specialist, Desert Orthopedic Center

“Great Webinar! Not too long and answered specific questions. Great Recommendations.”
– Nicole Dommer, Director of Billing, Evergreen Health Services

“It was extensive and helped answer some of my questions.”
– Sidney Morrison, Administrative Assistant/Credentialing, Cornea Associates of TX

“Very Informative.”
– Amanda Nowak, Insurance Specialist, Transitions NFP

“Great Webinar! I’ve been credentialing for just over a year and enjoy it. Your webinar was exactly what I needed.”
– Lorraine Levering, Provider Enrollment Specialist, Samaritan Healthcare

“The webinar covered the process. It gave organizational tips.”
– Tina Harkey, State Director of Admin Services, RHA Health Services

“The webinar provided good reference material.”
– Bridgette Holmes, Business Office Manager, Eastport Health Care

“I liked the data management suggestions.”
– Esther Mendoza, Credentialing Specialist, Biltmore Ear Nose and Throat

“It was helpful to have a clear idea of how to set up the credentialing for our employees and contractors and suggestions were appreciated on tracking.”
– Lori O’Leary, CEO/ Clinical Supervisor, O’Leary Counseling, LLC

Meet Your Experts

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!!!

Yesenia Servin
CPMSM, PESCNationally Certified Credentialing Specialist

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.

Stephanie Thomas

Stephanie has 17 years of experience doing medical billing and coding in a variety of specialties. She has earned her credentials as both a Certified Professional Coder® (CPC®) AND a Certified Pain and Anesthesia Coder (CANPC®).

Billing is Stephanie’s passion. She has made it her mission to work with practices across the country to help them ethically and more efficiently maximize their reimbursements. She does this by simplifying complex coding and billing rules and educating providers and staff on proper utilization techniques.

 She is a proven coding and billing educator, and regularly speaks at both local and national events