Providers Enrollement & Credentialing Services

A practice or doctor must enroll with the insurance company by completing credentialing before they can receive payments from them. The insurer reviews the application of the applicant’s doctor and compares them with internal standards. Medical practitioners must obtain insurance enrollment and credentialing services from insurance companies to get paid.

In order to become an ‘In Network’ provider, credentialing is one of the most important parts of the revenue cycle. In other words, the practitioner who has signed the contract after completing enrollment and credentialing can accept the insurer’s terms and conditions to provide the patient’s services. If you practice out-of-network, the patient is likely to be responsible for the extra payment that isn’t covered by his/her insurance plan. Most patients don’t like it, which means fewer patients will come to your practice. 

Furthermore, effective credentialing is essential to improving a healthcare practice’s performance.

As a general rule, credentialing takes about two to three months, but it can take longer due to issues with documentation, poor follow-up, and inadequate filing. Revenue generation suffers the most damage when the credentialing process is prolonged. When an insurance company is not enrolled with a payer, payments may be delayed or refused by the insurer even if the physician provides competent, efficient, and medically necessary services.

Credentialing: Why Is It Necessary?

It may seem as though credentialing is an obstacle that will prevent you from earning and lower your earnings as a healthcare provider. But in fact, it is very important from the patients’ point of view. This provides assurance that only trustworthy practitioners deliver healthcare. Depending on how long he has been practicing, a doctor’s ability to provide care could improve or decline. A practitioner may also be unsuitable for providing care due to factors such as their behavior, degree of dedication, age, or unprofessional behavior. Performing clinical procedures is a matter of privilege and responsibility as well. Additionally, certain services need to be covered by a professional’s insurance company.

Credentialing involves a thorough examination of the credentials and documents of application practitioners. Accreditation, certifications, affiliations, physician licenses, and clinical judgment are all parts of this lengthy process. Physician credentialing evaluates factors such as the physician’s license, their experience, certification, education, training, affiliations, malpractice &  occurrence of ant adverse clinical events if any, and clinical judgment.

Virtual Health Care's Advantages :

Vo Healthcare provides extensive credentialing services. Our services include :


Type I and Type II NPI registration


Registration for PECOS


CAQH registration


Hospital Privileging Services 


Protocols for reimbursement


Revalidating Medicare and Medicaid


Enrollment and Credentialing for Commercial Insurance Companies (such as Anthem, CIGNA, TriCare, BCBS, Humana & UnitedHealthcare, etc.)


Concerns related to Care Contracts


Featuring all of the qualities and features to make your provider enrollment process effortless, Virtual Healthcare is an ideal partner for provider enrollment and credentialing. Our dedicated specialists handle every step of the credentialing process with conviction so that you get your work done quickly. The shortened time for credentialing and onboarding means new providers can start seeing patients sooner. Credentialing with us is fast, easy, and smooth. Get in touch now!