Accelerated Delegated CredentialingPartnering with health care organizations to expedite credentialing, improve access and raise reimbursements
Learn more about how ADC can help reduce delays in contracting and credentialing while reducing administrative costs to your practice.
Accelerated Delegated Credentialing provides contracting and credentialing services for ABA, SLP, OT, PT, LCSW, and other behavioral health providers of all sizes throughout the United States. We help providers streamline their process and reduce their time to becoming contracted and credentialed with private insurers and state Medicaid programs. Our goal is to reduce the time and administrative burden of credentialing your clinicians to ensure patients have access to services and timely reimbursements for ABA therapy.
Contracting with New Payors
Credentialing for Private Insurance, Medicaid, and Tricare
Acquisition Integration for Contracts and Credentialing
ABA Practice Start-up Services
Market Analysis and Practice Expansion
Rate Negotiation Consultation
Obtaining Provider License, CAQH, and NPI
Provider Onboarding Services to Obtain Provider License, CAHQ, and NPI Accounts
CAHQ Audit and Management
Compliance Monitoring, Re-Credentialing Expiration Maintenance: CPR, BCBA, License, COI
Location Updates and Change of Ownership Applications
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With ADC, you’ll have experts in your corner who will take your organization through the entire credentialing process from start to finish. Our Credentialing Services are designed to accommodate every size organization from sole proprietors to large, multi-state providers. We customize solutions to fit your organizational needs.
Our Leadership Team
Role - VP of Government & Payor Relations
Bio - Anna Bullard started her journey in healthcare in 2007 when her daughter was diagnosed with autism. She successfully passed legislation named after her daughter, Ava, who had been diagnosed with autism. “Ava’s Law” created access to therapy for individuals with autism in Georgia. Recognized consistently for performance excellence and contributions to the autism field, Anna has 15 years of experience in developing policy and advocating at the state and federal level. She has developed payor relations and collaborated with state officials to ensure timely access to quality behavioral health services. Anna worked closely with colleagues to transition acquisition contracts and credentialing seamlessly. Her experience leading multi-site teams for contracting, credentialing and authorizations and her perseverance and knowledge in the industry has led to thousands of lives accessing care nationally.
Role - Credentialing Manager
Bio - Whitney Hatfield has been working with ABA companies as a contracting and credentialing specialist for over 10 years. She has extensive experience navigating the complexities of credentialing and has developed a streamlined process that has significantly improved credentialing timelines. Her knowledge and experience has led to consistent improvements in access to quality care across the nation with many organizations. Whitney’s leadership and communication skills has allowed her to develop payor relationships that improve the contracting and credentialing process for your organization.
ADC Advantage for Your Business
Credentialing with Payors can take up to 90-180 days, delaying access to services for patients and reimbursements for your organization.
Every payor has different requirements, which is why attention to detail is critical. We ensure all steps and requirements are met along the way to ensure accurate and timely credentialing.
Improved Patient Access
Individuals with autism or other diagnoses can not receive services until the provider is credentialed with their specific payor.
With the increased time on waitlists and industry staff shortages, being able to provide services timely to a family is critical in that child’s development.
Credentialing delays can cost a provider $10k-$12k per month, per BCBA, in reimbursements.
We reduce unnecessary administrative and financial burden on your organization so that your team can focus on improving access, and providing quality care, to your patients. Our pricing model is competitive and cost-effective.