Delegated credentialing expedites provider onboarding and improves revenue cycles.

Essential for patient safety and quality healthcare — and required for hospital privileging and managed care enrollment — provider credentialing has a significant impact on a health system’s bottom line.

Provider credentialing is a highly regulated process that takes upwards of six months to complete. Slow provider credentialing results in delayed reimbursement, reduced member access to providers, and frustrated providers. Entering into a delegated credentialing contract with insurance payers can shave weeks off the enrollment process, resulting in faster provider onboarding and reimbursement.

Written by credentialing experts Anna Arutyunyan, VP of CVO, and Allyson Schiff, Sr. Director Strategy & Growth, this paper discusses how delegated credentialing can help your health system achieve:

  • A 75% reduction in provider onboarding timeframes.
  • Control over provider data.
  • Faster member access.
  • Increased revenue streams.
  • More contracting leverage with managed care partners.
  • Enhanced brand integrity.

Download the white paper to learn more.

TractManager is the nation’s first Credentialing Verification Organization (CVO) with an integrated Contract Lifecycle Management solution to achieve NCQA Accreditation in Credentialing.


Our Industry Experts

Anna Arutyunyan

Vice President, CVO

Allyson Schiff

Senior Director, Strategy & Growth, Provider Management


To Delegate or Not to Delegate – That Is the Credentialing Question