MedTrainer Gains Traction as Healthcare’s Leading Choice for Long-term Credentialing Management

August 10, 2018

MedTrainer, the creator of the only all-in-one compliance management suite, gives healthcare organizations a long-awaited solution for long-term credentialing and compliance management. MedTrainer continues to prove its viability and benefit to primary care offices, ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs), urgent care facilities, multi-specialty practices, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC), dental offices, veterinary practices, long-term care facilities and community health centers across North America, where over 45,000 healthcare professionals access the system daily.

Steve Gallion, CEO, MedTrainer, said, “The healthcare technology market has seen unprecedented investments, mergers, partnerships and acquisitions this year. This level of disruption has left many organizations wondering if their current technology solutions will still meet their critical credentialing and compliance needs. We don’t want them to worry. MedTrainer has built its reputation on helping healthcare professionals run their practices efficiently and will continue to be the partner they can rely on to streamline back-office operations and deliver optimum patient care.”

MedTrainer’s unique combination of a learning management solution; governance, risk and compliance (GRC); and provider credentialing continues to bring in more customers. In the past year alone, MedTrainer has seen a 400-percent year-over-year increase from 2017. 

MedTrainer’s compliance management solution leverages the resources of healthcare organizations through:

  • Maintaining credentialing requirements;
  • Streamlining processes;
  • Meeting educational requisites;
  • Saveingtime and money; and
  • Improving overall efficiency.

MedTrainer’s all-in-one, user-friendly, cloud-based system includes more than 200 course topics, modules for management of policies and procedures, expert virtual compliance support, documentation management and more. 

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