So, you have hired a new therapist in your practice and you are eager for them to begin treating patients and generating revenue for your practice. You have begun the credentialing process to get the new therapist enrolled in the Medicare program and with your other private/commercial insurance carriers. The new therapist starts seeing patients who are insured by Medicare and other private/commercial insurance carriers prior to their Medicare enrollment being approved and the private/commercial insurance companies credentialing them and adding them to your practice.
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