Southern Nevada Member Meeting
Navigating Contracting and Credentialing with Insurance Companies and Other Payers
Thursday, September 12, 2019 | 7:30 a.m.
CSN – West Charleston Campus
6375 West Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89146
Changes to payor networks, third party payors using third party administrators, carve outs, indemnity clauses, fee schedules, who can keep up with it all? Navigating the contracting and credentialing departments of local and national insurance companies can be compared to a finely choregraphed dance, one that takes practice, determination and time. Ever feel like the second you have a network system down there is a change and you are back to square one? This interactive meeting will talk about best practices for identifying payor networks, who and where to go for provider enrollment, practice updates and more. We will explore key items to review in a payor contract with tips and tricks.
- Contract negotiations, are they still possible, what to focus on
- Explore the Family Tree of the area’s top Insurance Companies
- Key items to watch out for prior signing a contract or addendum
- Credentialing tips and tricks for faster onboarding.
Chelsea Hart, CEO, InnovateU
As a native to Northern Nevada and a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno, Chelsea is passionate about the Reno/Tahoe region, its growth and sustainability. With a specific focus on healthcare and related businesses, Chelsea leads InnovateU, a Nevada based company, providing direction and support to those in the medical field both locally and nationally.
Chelsea brings knowledge of healthcare financial and operational management, business development, space acquisition, and practice models. Her experience navigating the “business of medicine” and revenue cycle management provides clients with a formula that allows them to prosper in the changing world of healthcare.
In addition to her role with InnovateU, Chelsea is the Executive Director for Reno Tahoe Young Professionals Network, where she works alongside the board to increase engagement and retention of the area’s top young professional talent. She is an active member and volunteer for the Reno Rodeo Association, serves on the Reno Tahoe Airport Planning Commission, and is a member of the National Association of Professional Women.