Prevent lost income
Credentialing can take anywhere from a few weeks to six months, losing health professionals between $25,000 and $150,000 in income. Ready Doc speeds up credentialing to mere minutes, giving you that money back so you can live the life you want to live. In addition, it costs you nothing to do so because Ready Doc is completely free.
Upload your credentials to the Ready Doc platform, allowing facility staff, managers, and CVOs to review and share these documents. This means spending less time on credentialing and more time with patients, which could lead to better overall patient care.
Get automatic email reminders of expiring credentials at whatever timeframe you want to receive them (30, 60, 90, or 120 days before) to help ensure you stay compliant and avoid the malpractice risk caused by working with expired credentials. Ready DocTM provides peace of mind.
Frequently asked questions
What is medical credentialing?
Medical credentialing is a process in which medical facilities and groups review licensed health professionals’ qualifications to ensure you have the required experience and training to safely and effectively practice medicine. These qualifications include licenses, specialty certificates, education, residency, and other training. This process must be completed each and every time you start at a new practice or moves states. Following this, you must complete payor enrollment so you can enroll with insurance plans and be granted privileges to perform specific procedures. Then and only then can you finally start work.
How long does it take to get credentialed?
The amount of time it takes to get credentialed can greatly vary. It depends on: if you turn in all the necessary paperwork in a timely manner; your application’s information is accurate and complete; your references swiftly respond to verification requests; and when the deciding board is available to meet. If not a single one of these things is delayed, credentialing can be done within weeks. If any of these things are delayed, credentialing can take up to six months. With Ready Doc, though, the entire credentialing process can be done in a matter of minutes, thanks to hashgraph technology allowing documents to only have to be verified one time—which eliminated a redundancy that costs you months of lost income.
Does Intiva Health offer credentialing?
No. We’re not a CVO (Credential Verification Organization). Much like CAQH (Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare), we’re a useful tool you can use during the credentialing process, but we don’t actually offer credentialing. Instead we’re a credential management platform that lets you manage, organize, and share your credentials in a swift, secure way.
How is credential management different from credentialing?
Credential management, which is what Intiva Health offers, helps make the credentialing process easier. We give you a central place to upload, manage, organize, and share credential documents to speed up verification from months to minutes. Credentialing is merely the process we’re helping you with, but we don’t actually do it for you like a CVO would. This is actually better, though, because it allows you to have control over the credentialing process while letting us keep our services completely free.
How much does Ready Doc cost?
Nothing. Ready Doc is 100% free for both you and your facility. It will always be free, too, which sets us apart from other credential management platforms.
Does Intiva Health offer provider enrollment for insurance plans?
Not at this time. We have relationships with payers, though, and are in the process of looking into developing this capability in the future.