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Based on 418 responses, the job of Credentialing Specialist has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.85 out of 5. On average, Credentialing Specialists are highly satisfied with their job.
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July 2017
Credentialing Specialist in Minneapolis:
Pros: Health ensure provider compliance.
Cons: Too much data entry. Too solo. Worker bee.
September 2019
Credentialing Specialist in Dover:
Pros: Helping out my department.
Cons: Co-Workers in my department.
March 2016
"I find every day a challenge, & a new adventure in my job."
Credentialing Specialist:
Pros: Assisting the staff, and providers in maintaining all expirable documentation. This is a challenge, I have come to address it as part of my daily and weekly tasks. I feel gratitude when I receive approval letters from the health plans for our Urgent Care Locations.
Cons: At this time we do not have benefits, and a credentials software program.
March 2016
"You must be very thorough & detail oriented."
Credentialing Specialist:
This is a very intense job, you must be very thorough, detail oriented, work with constant deadlines, good with follow up, very organized, multi tasking is a must and have a great ability to work successfully with people in all walk of life. Everything thing is highly confidential in this position.
May 2016
"Work flexibility."
Credentialing Specialist:
Pros: Fast paced, exciting.
Cons: Pressure, stress, low pay, not appreciated.
June 2016
"I like the investagating part."
Credentialing Specialist:
Pros: The people I work with, the Doctors I work with.
Cons: The commute and the low pay.
June 2016
Credentialing Specialist:
Make sure you get experience in a hospital background. Managed care credentialing will not help you move up professionally.