QuickCred Partners with athenahealth To Optimize Credentialing and Revenue Cycle Management
QuickCred, the credentialing division of MedTrainer, Inc., announces its partnership with athenahealth, the leading provider of network-enabled services for electronic health records (EHR), medical billing and care coordination. The collaboration will enable medical practices to take advantage of QuickCred’s state-of-the-art compliance and credentialing system while optimizing revenue cycle management through athenahealth.
By merging the strengths of QuickCred and athenahealth, medical practices can solve three of their biggest challenges today: administrative strain, clinical efficiency and financial performance. QuickCred and athenahealth’s partnership seeks to help practices dedicate more time to patient care with steady cash flow and full revenue potential by supplying practical, streamlined ways of managing provider credentialing, payer enrollments and privileging.
Regarding the partnership, Steve Gallion, CEO, MedTrainer, the parent company of QuickCred, said, “Provider credentialing is essential to success. Proper credentialing management helps practices avoid the adverse effects of payment delays that quickly compound into serious issues. By joining QuickCred’s streamlined and intuitive compliance and credentialing platform to athenahealth’s revenue cycle management solutions, we are mutually diversifying our messages and bringing greater marketplace benefits to all our customers.”
Ted Gottis, senior vice president, QuickCred, said, “While both companies have very different software solutions, we share a common goal to bring the value-add of a trusted relationship to our mutual customers, helping them streamline and optimize their medical practices. QuickCred’s credentialing services pair perfectly with the need for athenahealth’s clients to deploy credentialing programs that are executed correctly and consistently in order to increase the quality of patient care, ensure proper revenue cycle management and defend against potential litigation.”