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Chattanooga, TN — South Atlanta Integrative Medicine has contracted with National Credentialing Solutions (nCred) to provide the practice with credentialing services.  South Atlanta Integrative Medicine is located in Georgia and services patients in Fayetteville and surrounding areas with practitioners specializing in family medicine.  nCred is a leading national provider of healthcare credentialing services that has been helping providers streamline the credentialing process since 2010.

Under terms of the agreement, nCred will perform all payer provider enrollment functions on behalf of South Atlanta Integrative Medicine including initial provider enrollment processing, re-credentialing processing, maintenance of all provider credentialing files, maintenance of CAQH profiles, maintenance of expiring credentials documents, and serve as the primary point of contact for any insurance credentialing related matters for all practice providers.  South Atlanta Integrative Medicine will also have access to the nCred credentialing software platform which provides a complete transparency into the data stored by nCred and the worked performed by its staff.

With so many obstacles facing provider groups today, the onus is on outsourced business partners to be the experts in their clients credentialing matters.  Our deep history in credentialing for healthcare practitioners of all specialties enables nCred to deliver the right combination of teams and technologies for clients like South Atlanta Integrative Medicine.  We appreciate this new relationship with them and look forward to supporting their practice.

About National Credentialing Solutions “nCred”

nCred is a leading provider of credentialing services.  We provide payer enrollment services, primary source verification services, and other credentialing services to medical practices, hospitals, health plans, surgery centers, and other healthcare providers.  As a trusted partner and business adviser, we cost effectively help providers join health plan networks that are important to their organization, maintain their provider credentialing data, and verify credentials of healthcare providers.  For more information, visit NationalCredentialing.com