Provider Enrollment Specialist Certificate
Expand your skill set, prove your worth, and prime your career for advancement
Of the nearly 1,000 respondents to HCPro’s 2017 MSP Salary Survey, roughly one in four (22.3%) work in departments that carry out both medical staff services and provider enrollment.
Don’t get left behind in the healthcare industry’s relentless march toward integration! Prove your mettle in a rapidly evolving facet of your profession by earning the Provider Enrollment Specialist Certificate (PESC).
Offered by DecisionHealth, HCPro’s sister brand under the H3.Group umbrella, the PESC is the only certificate available for professionals with a hand in provider enrollment to showcase their mastery in a growing market and demonstrate their immeasurable value to their organization.
Provider enrollment professionals earn the PESC after passing a 50-question assessment that tests their knowledge and understanding of the different enrollment forms, specific terms and definitions, compliance risks and penalties, and the Provider Enrollment, Chain, and Ownership System (PECOS).
Show leadership that you have what it takes to faciltate prompt provider enrollment and accelerate access to revenue. Earning the PESC will help you:
- Validate your proficiency in the enrollment process
- Keep your skills relevant, applicable, and competitive
- Identify any knowledge gaps and create a training roadmap
- Advance your career and potentially earn a higher salary
- Affirm your commitment to lifelong learning and increase job skills confidence
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Check out our other provider enrollment resources
H3.Group’s HCPro and DecisionHealth teams are committed to connecting credentialing and provider enrollment professionals with the expert-developed resources they need most to excel in an ever-evolving industry. Our current (and growing) collection of provider enrollment solutions include the following resources.
Converging competencies: A complimentary four-part white paper series
As healthcare organizations continue to redraw and dismantle the department lines that once divided medical staff credentialing and provider enrollment, a growing contingent of MSPs are helming both functions and learning a brand-new process on the fly. CRC's complimentary four-part white paper series arms forward-thinking professionals with the career trend data, expert strategy, and field-sourced tales and tools they need to expand their skill set and stay competitive in an industry on the move.
Check out the first two series installments at the links below:
- "Provider enrollment and medical staff services: Converging competencies, untapped opportunities"
- "Enrollment essentials: Cement compliance concepts, prime credentialing workflows, and drive onboarding efficiency"
Stay tuned for future releases throughout 2017 to learn specific steps for Medicare and Medicaid enrollment and strategies for curtailing claim and contracting denials.
Whether you work for a health plan or a hospital medical staff services department, this how-to guide answers all of your health plan credentialing and enrollment questions. Learn the regulatory and accreditation requirements related to managed care credentialing, including those from CMS, NCQA, and URAC. Author Amy M. Niehaus, CPMSM, CPCS, MBA, provides readers with the guidance to create a comprehensive and compliant credentialing program to support your health plan or to streamline your hospital’s provider enrollment process through delegation. MSPs in all healthcare environments can benefit from understanding credentialing in the managed care world to support their organizational goals of compliance, operational efficiency, cost savings, and practitioner satisfaction. Platinum Plus members of the Credentialing Resource Center receive complimentary access to the Credentialing for Managed Care eBook, as well as an array of additional top CRC training and educational resources.
Rules for Medicare enrollment—as well as PECOS, the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES), revalidation, and so on—change from year to year, leaving providers and their staff who are tasked with handling enrollment scrambling to keep up. Just one undetected change in procedure can delay enrollment processes enough to put providers out of commission for extended periods, resulting in reduced earnings and administrative headaches. Even when they are detected, enrollment changes can be subtle and easy to overlook unless they’re reviewed systematically. In this popular on-demand webinar, expert speaker David J. Zetter, PHR, SHRM-CP, CHCC, CPCO, CPC, COC, PCS, FCS, CHBC, CMUP, PESC, CMAP, shows participants how to navigate the NPPES with all its latest changes. He also helps attendees understand the coming Medicare PECOS changes that will affect enrollment, activation, revalidation, and other processes. Plus, he highlights the CAQH practice administrator module to enter common information for multiple providers.
Celebrated by medical staff and credentialing professionals for over 15 years, Verify and Comply is back, bigger, and better than ever. Credentialing and medical staff standards and regulations are covered in one easy-to-navigate side-by-side crosswalk, giving MSPs a single resource that answers all their accreditation questions. This expanded guide includes ambulatory care, acute care, and managed care standards for the most popular regulators and accreditors: CMS, The Joint Commission, NCQA, DNV, HFAP, and AAAHC. This book allows you to compare what each accreditor states about initial appointment, reappointment, and other medical staff functions, and provides tips and best practices to help you meet the most challenging standards. Use this resource to study for the NAMSS certification exam and to keep up to date with regulators’ and accreditors’ credentialing and medical staff standards across the growing array of credentialing environments, including provider enrollment departments.
From increasing healthcare delivery and payment models to rapid-fire advances in telemedicine, credentialing software, and other game-changing technologies, today’s MSPs and medical staff leaders face continual evolution in their field. To meet the demands of an industry on the move, traditional credentialing approaches and medical staff makeups must evolve as well—a task that requires strategic intervention and broad buy-in. Featuring innovative guidance from three authors with wide-ranging expertise, Overcoming Contemporary Credentialing Challenges provides actionable takeaways for contending with the culprits behind 10 of today’s top practitioner vetting pitfalls, including provider enrollment and delegated credentialing.