QGenda Expands ProviderCloud Platform with Enterprise Credentialing
QGenda announced the launch of QGenda Credentialing. By automating provider credentialing, privileging, and payer enrollment, health systems can significantly reduce administrative time as well as improve data accuracy and compliance. The solution creates a central source of truth for provider credentialing data, and automates the process for monitoring and communicating current provider status. Using these features, health systems can minimize delays and reduce the risk of noncredentialed providers seeing patients.
“At American Physician Partners, one of the nation’s fastest-growing emergency medicine management companies, we recognize that our physicians and advanced practice providers are our greatest strength, so we wanted to incorporate a credentialing platform that would enable us to onboard them faster and streamline the credentialing process for them. After evaluating several of the major credentialing software vendors, we selected QGenda Credentialing to streamline our credentialing operations for our more than 2,700 providers nationwide. We were impressed by QGenda’s superior functionality, its deep integration with the QGenda Scheduling module, and the aligned vision between our two organizations to streamline our provider-facing efforts through a single, integrated provider operations platform,” said Chad Somerby, SVP of Operations Support.
As part of ProviderCloud, the complete provider operations platform, QGenda Credentialing is connected to QGenda Advanced Scheduling, creating a single database for up-to-date standardized provider data across the enterprise. QGenda offers the only enterprise software to deliver credentialing and scheduling in a central platform. By connecting credentialing and scheduling, organizations can onboard, credential, and deploy providers faster, ensuring patients receive the care that they need sooner.
“Hospitals and health systems have been increasingly impacted by patient volume fluctuations and provider shortages. QGenda Credentialing empowers organizations to quickly and easily credential and deploy new providers so that they can see patients and provide relief for overburdened providers,” said Grant Fields, QGenda’s SVP of Credentialing. “With its connection to QGenda Advanced Scheduling, organizations gain complete visibility into their provider ecosystem and can better plan for patient care.”
Along with its automated advanced workflows and primary source verification, QGenda Credentialing has a configurable tracking dashboard and ongoing monitoring. The dashboard has proactive reports and alerts that oversee each provider’s credentials, privileges, and payer enrollment statuses which ensure timely payment for services. The solution flags providers with potential credentialing issues on the schedule in real-time, reducing organizational risk, as well as potential delays in care. The platform allows for self-onboarding through features like a custom built embedded e-signing tool. Providers can therefore save time by uploading documents and electronically signing forms at their convenience.