Medallion has revolutionised the remote medical world, taking care of the behind-the-scenes so doctors can focus on what’s most important: their patients. Medallion provides licensing, credentialing, and monitoring services for any provider network.
Founded in 2020, Medallion is an enterprise-grade platform that streamlines administrative processes for remote care providers, including virtual primary care, telehealth and other health systems. The startup provides state licensing for any provider type, including doctors and nurses in all 50 states. With expert knowledge on the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (IMLC) and the Nursing Licensure Compact (NLC), Medallion will navigate the fastest route.
Additionally, comprehensive, continuous monitoring is provided, including malpractice tracking, licensing monitoring, insurance sanctions, and state board sanctions. Furthermore, Medallion integrates directly with primary sources, such as The Federation of State Medical Boards, The National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB), the Office of Inspector General (OIG), and hundreds more, to automatically monitor provider credentials. With actionable alerts that include configurable notifications, users can be assured that practising healthcare professionals meet all the essential criteria to deliver medical services.
Besides licensing and ongoing monitoring, Medallion administers payer enrollments so that practices can grow their revenue by expanding their insurance base. They work with some of the largest insurance providers, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Kaiser Permanente, Aetna and Cigna. The universal app allows for end-to-end streamlined enrollment and the ability to upload group and provider information once, with a fast turnaround and superior visibility. The streamlined process can be executed entirely on the Medallion platform. One-touch reporting automatically generates credentialing files, downloadable rosters, and exportable data to meet every auditing and reporting need. Medallion already works with companies including Ro, Curai and Ginger Health.