No more paperwork
All provider information and key dates are stored within the mt | credentialing platform.
Reliable and easy reporting to make it easy to manage large teams of healthcare providers, all through one modern platform.
Reminders & Notifications
Receive alerts when a task hasn’t been completed, so you can stay ahead of the curve.
Everything Under One Roof
Talk to our team to build the package that meets your exact needs
Modules can be bundled together for a custom package.
Utilizing MedTrainer’s learning system makes it easy to assign,
manage and complete training from any location at any time
Automate provider initial screening and ongoing monitoring for multiple exclusion databases including the federal LEIE OIG database, SAM database, and more.
Upload all privileging forms to a collaborative platform to eliminate the paperwork.
Looking to offload some of the work? Our team of credentialing experts can manage the entire process for you.
Your Industry is Different
See the bundles we’ve built for you.
- Community Health Centers
- Ambulatory Surgery Centers
- Physician Office/Specialist
- Urgent Care Centers
- Long-Term Care/Assisted Living
…. and many more
Training experts, Compliance gurus, Credentialing pros, Accreditation afficionados. Our team is full of people to help make your entire onboarding and ongoing processes simple.
Yes! MedTrainer’s software will allow a private practice to apply to most payers no matter what type of application they employ.
No! MedTrainer allows a practice to track the status of pending applications, reducing the need to contact the insurance company and saving you time.
Yes. Our program is capable of handling multiple applications from different providers with the universal population of payer enrollment forms.
Yes. Since the software is automated, it provides a much faster process compared to traditional forms of enrollment.
Does MedTrainer’s software take into account the yearly changes that take place with some insurance companies?
Yes! Our software handles the changing requirements that payers may make on a yearly basis.