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Comply with the requirements for delegated credentialing
Delegated credentialing has the potential to improve enrollment turnaround times for providers, decrease paperwork for practitioners and staff, and reduce lost revenue. However, the process for attaining delegation status with commercial payers encompasses a number of critical steps to ensure compliance with National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) credentialing standards.
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