If you’re wondering whether your practice should accept insurance, we understand. It can be a bit of a struggle to get it set up! Is it worth it? We think so.

If you’re starting or growing your practice, being credentialed on some insurance panels can be a great part of your strategy.

We can help.

Being paneled provides a number of advantages:

Larger potential customer pool

Some clients can only afford your services with the help of insurance. When you’re paneled, you can reach those clients.

Great referral source

Once you get paneled, you’ll be listed as an approved provider by the insurance company. When their customers need help, they’ll find you.

Perceived credibility to your clients

We know private pay is just as legitimate as insurance reimbursement; but do your clients?

The biggest headache with insurance is getting credentialed in the first place. But we can help!

We have partners who handle all of the credentialing for you.

Once you're credentialed, iTherapy's online office services make insurance claims a cinch:

Your notes are integrated with insurance claims, allowing you to submit electronic claims with a couple of clicks. It comes with a comprehensive validation suite that includes:

  • HIPAA validation
  • Payer specific edits

This insures your claims are submitted and paid quickly by:

  • Eliminating repetitive errors
  • Reducing the number of erred claims
  • Reducing the number of claim denials

Let’s work together to get your practice accepting insurance!

Still not sure if accepting insurance is right for you?

We understand – there’s a lot to think about. If you’re still debating, check out this blog post on the Pros and Cons of Accepting Insurance in Your Private Practice.

And remember, we’re here to help. 🙂

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