Tag Archives: credentialing

Getting Credentialed In Optometry – Common Questions

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This is a sponsored post by Optometric Billing Consultants, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎 Getting credentialed in optometry is not an easy task. Getting credentialed with various vision and medical plans can be a long and arduous process, ripe with confusion and of course frustration. Once you have finally …

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Optometry Billing, Coding, and Credentialing

At SECO, we had the chance to sit down with Eric Botts, OD, the past president of Energeyes, Inc., and the owner of OBC Billing Specialists. In this video, Matt Geller and Eric Botts talk Dr. Botts’s top three tips on optometry billing, coding, and credentialing. Tip #1: Start with …

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Medical Optometry Practice – Understanding Billing and Coding

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This is a sponsored post by Optometric Billing Consultants, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎 Today more than 86% of US citizens have medical insurance including more than 50 million Medicare beneficiaries. The fastest way to grow an optometric practice is to provide comprehensive medical care for all your …

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Optometrist Credentialing – A Guide to Getting Started

This is a sponsored post by Optometric Billing Consultants, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists! 😎 Now that you are new graduate of a school of optometry and have decided where you plan to begin practicing, it is time to make some important decisions that will insure you can start …

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Insurance Credentialing – Resource Guide for Optometrists

Four long years of grinding through school and finally there’s light at the end of the tunnel. Nothing will ever be able to compare to that feeling when you finally walked across the stage, diploma in hand. Graduation? Check. Congratulations Doctor. You can finally see patients now right? Unfortunately, you’re …

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