What this means is that you’re to review your information, and basically confirm that it is still true an accurate. A quick review of your info, a few clicks, and your all set.
Or Are You?
I was reminded today how much of a pain it is to RE-Attest your CAQH profile if there is anything that needs to be changed. Say you were issued a new license (happens every couple years for many professionals), you switch liability insurance carriers, or even your practice address… This small change might mean a lot of printing, scanning, and faxing. Even the reattestation process changes from a simple online ‘click’ to an offline form that needs to be printed and signed.
See below for a page from CAQH that describes this hassle.
|Initial Attestation Supporting Documentation:
After completing the steps on the attestation tab, follow these additional instructions to complete your application:
Reattestation Supporting Documentation:
Supporting documents received:
Documents Missing: All documents are present.
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