Just one innocent mistake during the Medicaid provider enrollment or credentialing process can leave you lost in mounds of government red tape – unable to get paid for the services your practice provides.
Errors on an initial application can mean that you’ll be sent back to the beginning and have to restart the entire enrollment process again. Make a mistake during the credentialing process and your Medicaid contract can be terminated altogether, leaving you unable to get paid.
Although the Medicaid enrollment and credentialing process can be stressful, time-confusing and confusing, it doesn’t have to be.
This is where Medicaid provider enrollment and credentialing expert, Knicole Emmanuel, JD, can help. Knicole will lead a 60-minute online training session where she’ll provide you with proven tactics to help your Medicaid enrollment and credentialing be easier and more successful. Her practical, plain-English advice will allow you to speed through the enrollment and credentialing processes and start seeing Medicaid patients sooner.
Here are just a few of the step-by-step strategies and tactics you’ll receive to make your Medicaid enrollment and credentialing faster, easier and more successful the first time:
- Satisfy Medicaid screening requirements with easy to create checklist
- Avoid being classified by Medicaid as a “high-risk provider”
- Head off threats of Medicaid termination with a simple credentialing rule
- Master the steps to take if you want to see Medicaid patients in multiple states
- Identify what you must agree to before you can collect from Medicaid
- Learn how to track your Medicaid enrollment application after you submit it
- Pinpoint the timing of your re-enrollment applications so you don’t face fines and delays
- Head off potential enrollment bottlenecks that can slow down your Medicaid application
- Proven credentialing strategies to avoid missing even one Medicaid deadline
- Prep for unannounced on-site inspections by Medicaid provider enrollment reps
- Speed revalidation screenings with easy-to-implement preparation tactics
- And much more!
Who should attend? This online training is perfect for anyone involved in Medicaid provider enrollment and credentialing processes. The proven strategies you’ll receive during this expert-led training will also provide you with access to a proven Medicaid expert, so all of your questions will get answered.
Even though every state has its own Medicaid provider requirements, when it comes to enrollment and credentialing there are rules that cut across that can help keep your reimbursement flowing. Missing a deadline by even a day can have serious consequences for your practice. But meeting deadlines won’t help you if you don’t have every bit of required information ready. That’s why it’s imperative to know up-front what you’ll be required to submit and how to prepare your enrollment materials.
Don’t take unnecessary risks with your providers’ ability to earn money for your practice. Sign up today!
For more than 21 years, she has maintained a health care litigation practice, concentrating on Medicare and Medicaid litigation, health care regulatory compliance, administrative law and regulatory law.
Knicole understands the intricate Medicare and Medicaid payment system, the unique business of healthcare providers, the overlay of federal and state Medicare and Medicaid rules and regulations, and actions of state agencies that affect the way health care entities operate.
Knicole has tried over 2,000 administrative cases in over 30 states and has appeared before multiple states’ medical boards. She has successfully obtained federal injunctions in numerous states, which allowed her health care provider clients to remain in business and receive reimbursements despite the state or federal laws allegations of health care fraud, abhorrent billings, and data mining.
Across the country, Knicole frequently lectures on healthcare law, the impact of the Affordable Care Act and regulatory compliance for providers. She is a weekly panelist on RACMonitor, as a national expert on Medicare and Medicaid audits.
Prior to joining Practus, Knicole was a Partner with Potomac Law Group, Co-Managing Partner with Gordon & Rees, and served as North Carolina Assistant Attorney General in the Health and Public Assistance Section where she prosecuted providers of Medicaid fraud and gained a thorough understanding of the Medicaid system that informs her practice today. Knicole graduated with her JD magna cum laude from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law.