Three takeaways investors make of the health-tech market right now
While we may not know how long this period of slowed health-tech funding will last, it's clear possibilities for investment are on the table. Learn what it will take to catch the attention of investors in this space.
How These Clinical Executives Are Harnessing Their Knowledge as a Provider To Transform the Healthcare Industry (Part Two)
This is part two in our conversation with Dr. Caesar Djavaherian, Dr. Erin Parks and Kate Steinle on how they solve operational burdens as providers and operations executives.
7 ways to bridge the operational gap between providers and payers
It’s no secret that the relationship between providers and payers is often seen as an adversarial one. But as technology and the healthcare industry evolve, maybe it’s time to evolve this relationship and the operational workflows that come with it as well.
Three ways to streamline provider credentialing
Navigating provider credentialing comes with an air of distress–and a degree of pain. Learn three things to implement that can help get your providers in-network with payers faster, and extend your reach of care.
Drive provider retention with 5 new ideas
Provider burnout is top of mind and one of the largest challenges facing healthcare today. Learn 5 new ideas that can help solve burnout and help you keep a healthy provider network.
How These Clinical Executives Are Harnessing Their Knowledge as a Provider To Transform the Healthcare Industry (Part One)
Provider burnout is higher than ever, and organizations are struggling to keep up with the changing landscape of patient care. We talk with three clinicians about how they're solving operational burdens as providers and operations executives while meeting the diverse needs of patients today.
Embracing the Digital Health Transformation to Build a High-Performing Operations Team (Part Two)
This is part two in our conversation with Karan and Riley on investment in digital health, and the new opportunities on the horizon for founders and health-tech companies.
6 key takeaways from MGMA's Back from Burnout: Confronting the Post-Pandemic Physician Turnover Crisis report
We break down the top surprising takeaways from the new Medical Group Management Association (MGMA)'s report on amplifying the understanding between physicians and administrative leaders of the burnout crisis and effective retention strategies.
Embracing the digital health transformation to build a high-performing operations team (part one)
Healthcare organizations are solving complex challenges, but even a well-oiled machine falls short without embracing digital health transformation.
Venture investors weigh in on how to stand out after a record-breaking year in health-tech (part two)
This is part two in our conversation with Elad, Laura, and Julian on investment in digital health, and the new opportunities on the horizon for founders and health-tech companies.
Venture investors weigh in on how to stand out after a record-breaking year in healthtech (part one)
In the face of an expected economic downturn, investment in digital health has shrunk, founders and health-tech companies have taken a hit, and yet new opportunities are on the horizon, with many feeling 'bullish' about what's to come. It's time to pause, recalibrate, and devise a new game plan.
Teladoc Health's Jennifer Close and Clipboard Health's Wei Deng on overcoming provider burnout and winning on retention
After three years of the pandemic, providers feel more stressed and burned out than ever. See why the organizations that focus on experimenting, prioritizing provider health, and advocating on their behalf will be the ones to come out on top.
President and COO of Optum at UnitedHealth Group John Prince on reshaping healthcare for the good of all
Healthcare is undergoing a substantial transformation, and there's an air of collective optimism as leaders and organizations seek ways to elevate and advance the industry. What will it take to get there, and where can you have the biggest impact on your organization?
Head of Credentialing at Medallion Caitie Barrett on three ideas that ease the pain of provider credentialing
When it comes to provider credentialing, efficiency is critical. Learn how to drive bottom-line impact with three ideas that help alleviate the cost, resource, and time pains many health organizations feel with Medallion's Head of Credentialing.
Medallion Introduces Continuing Education (CE) Tracking to Provide End-to-End License Management to Provider Networks
Healthcare organizations can now manage their provider network’s licensing needs from one integrated platform while reducing time spent on administrative tasks for their providers.
Medallion Raises $35 Million in Series C Funding Fueled by Significant Revenue Growth Over Past Six Months
Spark Capital doubles down on its investment in leading provider network management platform with introduction of new investors GV and Salesforce Ventures
Medallion Introduces Elevate—the Conference Advancing Healthcare Operations
The inaugural conference will bring together leaders, visionaries, investors, and founders for an unscripted conversation to explore where healthcare needs to go from here.
Primary Source Verification: The Foundation of Credentialing
Your telehealth organization is only as strong as its reputation — and that starts with the quality of clinicians you hire on to provide virtually-enabled care. Understanding primary source verification is a crucial step to ensuring the safety of your patients, and protecting your organization from revenue losses or malpractice liabilities related to mistakes in the credentialing process.
Balancing the 4 New Priorities for Delegated Credentialing
With the complexities associated with delegated credentialing, fast-growing provider groups can’t afford delays caused by bottlenecks in the process. Read the blog to learn how to smooth the payer enrollment process and achieve maximum efficiency by balancing these top four delegated credentialing priorities.
It’s Time to Breakthrough Licensing + Credentialing Bottlenecks for Telehealth Providers
Now that virtual care is here to stay, the same systems put into place to ensure physician compliance and patient safety have created costly bottlenecks that limit telemedicine expansions. These restrictions not only create massive inefficiencies for our healthcare system, but also restrict patients' ability to access new modes of care. It’s time to modernize the credentialing and licensing process.
4 Tips for Licensing Your Telehealth Providers
Starting your own telemedicine practice or expanding your virtual care services? With the telehealth transformation underway, providers continue to be hampered by the complex process of interstate licensing. Read our four tips to help ease the process of licensing for your providers in telehealth.
Medallion Becomes Proud Member of AHIP
Medallion is excited to announce it has become an affiliate member of AHIP, the leading association for members who provide healthcare coverage, services, and solutions to millions of Americans.
Healthcare Compliance is Too Important to Be This Complicated
The focus and investment on healthcare transformation has been prioritized on the front end of care. Patients need advocates to create new models to help them receive the best care for the right condition. But we’re missing a counterweight on the other side of the equation. It’s time to innovate on the backend-- the unsexy infrastructure that quietly hums in the background of our healthcare system. A critical area that needs immediate attention is related to quality care — and credentialing is its cornerstone. That’s what I’ve set out to do.
Here’s How Payors Can Modernize The Credentialing Process
Verifying provider credentials is a resource-intensive process that adds cost and time to the payor’s bottom line. As more health plans look to achieve greater efficiency throughout the credentialing process, automated credentialing can help.
Demystifying Multistate Licensing for Telemedicine
Telehealth has skyrocketed but so have the challenges of practicing medicine across state lines. We address the challenges faced by telehealth providers, new changes in legislation, and how to ease the process for obtaining multistate licensure.
Medallion hires former Oscar Health exec to lead strategy
Mitta is a proven leader in the digital health space and previously served as a public health advocate, consulting for the U.S. Department of State and The Global Fund.
Payor Enrollment vs. Credentialing: What’s the Difference?
While many healthcare organizations are aware of the payor enrollment and credentialing process, emerging companies may not be as savvy, resulting in confusion about processes. We're taking it back to the basics to discuss the differences between these important steps.
Medical Emergency Licenses
Everything you need to know about Emergency Licenses and their expiration periods.
Patient Resources for COVID-19
Making sure patients get access to the right care is a top priority for us at Medallion. We’ve aggregated a list of top resources for patients including COVID risk assessments and services to help connect directly with doctors.