North American Partners in Anesthesia (NAPA) is the largest single specialty anesthesia and perioperative management company in the United States.
Serving over a million anesthetics each year, NAPA employs 1,900+ anesthesia practitioners, medical professionals and support staff, and provides services at 159 locations in 10 states in New England, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast and Mid-West regions – and growing.
NAPA is known for partnering with hospitals and other health care facilities across the nation to provide anesthesia services and perioperative leadership that maximize operating room performance, enhance revenue, and demonstrate consistent patient and surgeon satisfaction ratings.
Duties and Responsibilities:
This position requires the ability to handle multiple assignments in a fast paced environment. The Credentialing Specialist will report directly to the Credentialing Supervisor and will be responsible for Credentialing physicians and nurses within an assigned territory.
• Obtain credentialing documents from providers
• Complete provider credentialing applications
• Follow up with payors to ensure timely enrollment and participation
• Maintain database of provider information
• Serve as a resource to internal departments, providers and outside agencies
• Responsible for follow up, monthly reporting, administrative duties, and department projects as assigned.
• Work closely with hospital administration to ensure providers receive staff privileges in a timely manner.
• Assist providers with obtaining state licensure.
• Assist with cross training as required
• Run primary source verification queries and background checks
Education and Work Experience:
• Experience working in an office setting, preferably in the health care industry
• Strong follow up, interpersonal and communication skills
• Must be flexible with the ability to work well in a team environment
• Strong analytical skills, and problem solving skills
• Experience working with databases, Access, Excel (ability to create and manipulate spreadsheets)
• High school or equivalent; college degree preferred