Medversant's WebCVO Selected by Best Benefits

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Largest non-insurance health benefit membership program provider in the country will use WebCVO services to credential its healthcare providers.

Best Benefits, serving more than six million members through a nationwide network of 300,000 healthcare providers, will use Medversant's WebCVO services as its practitioner credentialing solution. The contract will provide a unique combination of outsourced services, technology solutions and in house access. Best Benefits personnel will access the WebCVO platform to enter practitioner data and create reports, Medversant will perform verification and monitoring of license expirations and other data.

Matt Haddad, CEO, stated, "With so many providers spread out across the US, Best Benefits needed a solution that could efficiently and cost effectively handle the credentialing of providers wherever situated. WebCVO's Web based solution provides the perfect mixture of outsourcing and in house access that this organization required."

Suzanne Monroy, VP Credentialing Solutions, stated, "We worked hard to create the right mix of technology and services to meet the unique needs of Best Benefits and we are excited about providing this important service."

Headquartered in Chicago, IL, Best Benefits offers an array of health related benefits including dental, prescription drugs, chiropractic, vision, hearing, vitamins, medical information, home medical equipment, medical records storage and retrieval services, physician referral, complimentary/alternative medicine, legal and financial services, travel and a 24-hour emergency travel program. All are available on a nationwide basis through the Best Benefits brand as well as private label programs.

Medversant Technologies is a national provider of Web based credentialing, medical staff management, provider relations and other administrative solutions designed to lower costs, decrease liability and increase patient safety.


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