Reduce the amount of time your practice spends on insurance applications.
Optimize your healthcare practice by allowing us to work with you. Simply give us your information once, and we will take it from there.
Rev Up Billing becomes an affordable extension of your staff. Our professionals help with the administrative tasks that are required for payer enrollment.
We guide you through the documentation process so that you can become a participating provider for multiple preferred provider networks.
Our credentialing service is here to assist you in completing insurance enrollments, recreditations, revalidations as well as managed care contracting issues.
From provider enrollment & CAQH monitoring to revalidation & re-attestation. Our goal is to make sure that you are up-to-date and in-network with the various insurance providers.
CAQH monitoring and updating services. Including registration, maintenance and compliance.
Credentialing and maintenance with most insurance provider types -- Aetna, CMS, et al.
Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE enrollment and revalidation.
Rev Up Billing delivers prompt and organized credentialing services. This includes initial enrollment and demographic updates as well as primary source verification. We provide credentialing help for a wide variety of medical specialties and insurance payer networks.
Whether you are an independent practitioner, a group practice or a larger facility — we can help. You can gain access to insurance panels and optimize your practice's reimbursements.
Establishing and maintaining credentialing status is crucial for nearly all healthcare providers. However, navigating through the maze of questions and applications is a challenge. We deliver experienced credentialing services on a daily basis.
Our focus on the details of the credentialing process allows us to maximize processing speeds while freeing our clients from this tedious chore. We will help you through this complex process.
A National Provider Identifier (NPI) number is a standardized, unique 10-digit identification that is assigned to health professionals. It usually takes one day to a week to obtain through the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES).
Yes, the CAQH (Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare) is critical for the credentialing process. Insurance payers will search the CAQH database for a medical professional's records. Our full RCM service will monitor the CAQH for you, and warn you if there are any irregularities in their system.
P.E.C.O.S. stands for the Provider Enrollment, Chain and Ownership System. The system connects to Medicare and is necessary for healthcare practitioners to monitor if they wish to stay current in the Medicare system. Otherwise, an unforeseen loss of Medicare credentialing can damage a medical practice's cash flow.
There is no consistent answer to this question. It depends on the health professional's geographical location, medical specialty, insurance type, etc. Ideally, the credentialing process should take between 60 to 90 days. However, every insurance provider is different and longer delays can occur.