To ensure MediXall promotes the highest level of quality care for its users, the Company requires all providers who join the MediXall Provider Network to go through a full credentialing review process and continuous monitoring, which has been modeled after the same process practitioners are required to take to become an in-network provider with an insurance company. Practitioners failing to meet the credentialing requirements of an insurance company may mean not receiving payment for out-of-network claims; with MediXall it means not being permitted to provide services through our Healthcare Marketplace Platform.
During the full credentialing process, we evaluate and verify the qualifications and practice history of a health provider. This information includes, but not limited to:
- All medical and postgraduate training
- Board certification in the provider’s area of specialty
- Current licensure
- Any sanctions against the provider's license
- Malpractice coverage
- Malpractice history, work history, medical history
Credentialing is a lengthy, but necessary, process to ensure that consumers have access to quality healthcare providers.