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Medical credentialing is a lengthy process with many formalities and workflows involved. The process involves a series of steps and might take anywhere between three and six months. It requires a thorough evaluation of the application sent by the provider, for which the provider would have to submit all the necessary documentation along with his or her credentials. This is followed by verification of the practice or facility of the provider.
Subsequently, the payer’s database would be…Continue
EDI (electronic data interchange) is a secure way for healthcare and associated organizations to exchange data securely. Not only is it convenient, but also ensures complete security and compliance with existing regulations. Before the implementation of a uniform EDI, healthcare providers across the country used various different information standards and data formats to exchange information. Needless to point out, this posed a highly fragmented workflow that was also prone to errors.…Continue
The larger a hospital gets, the more the number of services it is likely to offer. It invariably means more medical staff, more administrative staff, a greater volume of patients, more data, and more management burden. Hospital management that is at least moderately large is bound to have its testing and imaging facilities, the results of which need to be compiled appropriately.
In light of this, using a digital platform to manage day-to-day operations at a hospital becomes a…Continue
In healthcare, Electronic data interchange (EDI) in healthcare is a secure means of communicating information between hospitals, clinics, insurance payers, and patients using specific messaging standards and formats. Having an EDI streamlines day-to-day operations at hospitals as well as associated organizations like health insurance companies and clearinghouses.
But it was not always standardized. Different manufacturers developed their own data formats for transmitting medical data…Continue