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Newly Formed facility - May 7, 2014 1:09:16 PM   


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I need information regarding Newly formed Facility credentialing in New york State so if anyone knows the steps please let me know.

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RE: Newly Formed facility - May 7, 2014 1:10:26 PM   


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How can we get enrolled our facility with insurance company? what all documents we need to have to get credentialed ?

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RE: Newly Formed facility - May 21, 2014 10:32:20 AM   


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Hi. What type of facility do u own? And what credentials are u interested in? HMO, Medicare/Medicaid? It takes long time to be enrolled into any of this, but to start that u have to have a physical location operating. I have a clinic in Brooklyn, so if u have questions, i will be glad to help u out as much as i can)

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RE: Newly Formed facility - July 26, 2014 8:33:08 AM   


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I used CAQH in NJ to get enrolled in a lot of commercial carriers. Medicare was done separately.

I would recommend serious negotiating for contracted rates or you will be severely undervaluing your expertise. In fact, going out of network could be a much better play depending on your demographics.

I treat patients out of network now.........and I am averaging three times what I was getting in network. I refuse to let insurance companies turn me into a "mill."

Tom Hoffman, PT
Summit Physical Therapy & Sports Care

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RE: Newly Formed facility - April 24, 2018 11:12:47 PM   
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The NY state work Comp board is very difficult to deal with. If I were you, I'd try to credential with them directly. Just make sure that you prepare for long phone calls and hold times.

< Message edited by CardioFlex Therapy -- April 24, 2018 11:14:26 PM >


Terry Abrams, MPT
Director of Physical Therapy
CardioFlex Therapy

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