Newport Credentialing Solutions, Intermountain Healthcare Collaborate to Provide Cloud-Based Enrollment Software and Services
Intermountain Healthcare, a not-for-profit healthcare system of 22 hospitals based out of Utah, has joined hands with Newport Credentialing Solutions. The healthcare system has chosen Newport to handle the provider enrollment process of more than 1,400 employed primary care and secondary care physicians.
Newport Credentialing Solutions delivers cloud-based software and services to a number of academic medical centers, health systems, and multi-specialty group practices in the U.S. The company’s software and services help in delivering better clinical and financial outcomes.
Newport also provides CARE—cloud-based credentialing software utilizing workflow, analytics, and business intelligence credentialing software platform. The platform enables Newport’s clients to proactively manage the increasingly complex credentialing lifecycle. CARE includes CAREdemographics, which enables its users to store all of their key demographic data within the cloud. It also includes CARElist, which is designed to enable clients to create task and revenue driven work lists that reflect the way credentialing truly occurs.
Speaking about the partnership, Scott Friesen, CEO of Newport Credentialing Solutions said that the company felt honored to be a part of Intermountain’s mission. He added that they are looking forward to a long, successful partnership.
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