Hospital Privileging for Providers

We educate and guide providers on how to go about the hospital privileging process; including which hospitals would be the best fit for what the physician envisions for their practice.

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Providers who wish to serve patients at hospitals need to obtain ‘hospital privileges’ in order to be able to treat patients and carry out specific medical procedures.

Unless a provider has hospital privileges in place, they are not allowed to see patients or even consult in their care in that facility.  Providers may choose the type of privileges that they wish to obtain.  Courtesy privileges allow them to admit a limited number of patients to the facility, whereas full privileges have no such restriction.

The lack of hospital privileges can hurt a physician practice in that many insurance carriers require providers to have hospital privileges in order for them to be empaneled in their network. In such cases, no hospital privileges can mean exclusion from the carrier.

While you Focus on Patient Care

We take care of the rest

At Mirra, we understand the rules and regulations across the various states, thus, we are in a position to educate and guide the providers as how to go about the hospital privileging process; including which hospitals would be the best fit for what the physician envisions for their practice.
Together with expertise in credentialing and contracting, that are integral to Privileging, we simplify the entire process for you. Suffice it to say that we also send out timely reminders to prevent providers from losing their Hospital Privileges once they have them!

Driven by Physicians

Backed by technology

The UHP software is built by healthcare professionals who understand exactly the kind of interface physicians would be most comfortable with. Information Technology (IT) specialists have worked very closely with Access Health Care Physicians to understand their requirements and implement them. The result is a physician friendly system.