Provider Enrollment & Contracting
At Vitgenix, Inc. we strive to protect providers with administrative processes of enrollment and enable them to concentrate on securing precious human lives.
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Vitgenix, Inc. provides comprehensive credentialing services to streamline the provider enrollment and contracting process, avoiding claim delays, saving time and costs.
Vitgenix, Inc. regularly observes following factors while providing enrollment and credentialing services
Provider Enrollment Services
Credentialing Services We Offer!
Provider Enrollment Benefits
Frequently asked questions
A new provider or group usually takes approximately 120 days to be fully credentialed. Some payers take 30-60 days while others may take up to 150 days to
An overview of CAQH includes the following benefits:
- CAQH (Council for Affordable and quality healthcare) is known for its unified database including industry-wide standards and fully supports expediting the credentialing process.
- Around 90% of payers use CAQH as a compulsory part of provider enrollment.
- Instead of calling the provider, a copy of any document related to provider history can be taken directly from the CAQH file.
Credentialing process of CAQH:
- Obtaining CAQH ID 2-3 business days
- Username and password set up
- Online application Form and submission of the required documentation
- Signature attestation to verify the application
Allow insurance companies to access your application
- You may now begin the credentialing/contracting process with the insurers
After receiving the proposal and credentialing documents, Your enrollment process will be started within 3 business days.
Document Required for Individual Provider:
- State License
- Certificate of Malpractice Insurance (COI)
- Federal DEA License
- State DEA License (CDS License; if required by state)
- Board Certification(s)
- Current CV (use MM/YYYY format; show current employer)
- Driver’s License
- Diploma (highest level of education)
- ECFMG Certificate (for providers educated outside the United States; Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates)
- Collaborative Agreement (required for Nurse Practitioners only)
- Prescribing Arrangement Letter (for providers not holding federal DEA License)
- Admitting Arrangement Letter (for providers who do not have active hospital admitting privileges)
Legal entity documents (copies only for license and certificate requirements):
- State Business License
- UCertificate of Malpractice Insurance (COI)
- CLIA Certificate (if applicable; Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988)
- IRS W-9 Form
- IRS Form CP575 or replacement letter 147C (verification of EIN/TIN)
- YBank Account Verification Letter or a copy of the voided check
Note: This is a common list of the documentation often requested by insurance companies for regular providers, groups, or facilities. Third-party insurance may require more or different documentation to complete the healthcare credentialing process, depending on the type of provider and services provided