Clinical Credentialing Coordinator

Carecentrix Hartford , CT 06183

Posted 4 months ago


As the Clinical Credentialing Coordinator for Human Resources, you will be responsible for leading, coordinating, monitoring, and maintaining the credentialing and re-credentialing process for our Nurses as well as supporting Talent Acquisition with pre-employment verifications across the company in partnership with the business and background check vendor.


  • Facilitates end-to-end medical credentialing process for Nurses and monitors active employees for missing or expiring credentials via a credentialing tracker.

  • On-boards new Nurses through the Background Check and Credentialing process. Ensures that clinical credentials and licenses are valid upon hire.

  • Partners with the background check vendor for follow-up or inquiries and communicates with Recruiters on the progress of new applicants.

  • Evaluates the background, experience and practice history of each applicant and solicits documentation to support request for clinical privileges.

  • Flags renewals on a monthly basis and works with Clinical Operations to ensure renewals are completed.

  • Reviews clinical documents for immunities to titers and ensures all necessary health screens are completed. Orders vaccinations (TB Test, TDAP Vaccine, Hep B Titer, MMR Titer, and Varicella Titer) where necessary and monitors status of visits/completion.

  • Provides regular updates to the business until the team member is fully credentialed or re-credentialed.

  • Partners with HR Business Partner and HR Director on non-compliance and issue remediation.

  • Maintains records related to clinical licensure status of existing team members in SharePoint.

  • Serves as a liaison to credentialing organizations (Reptrax, Vendormate, Symplr, etc).

  • Researches credentialing needs for new vendors and/or facilities. May support coordination of meet and greet sessions between Nurse Liaison and facilities.

  • Provides administrative support related to URAC & NCQA accreditation. Partners with HR on client audits to ensure compliance.

  • Conducts annual background checks and monthly FACIS III checks for all employees.

  • Provides general support to the Talent Acquisition team as needed.


  • Associates Degree with 2 to 4 years of experience in a clinical setting supporting credentialing needs.

  • Medical Credentialing Specialist certification a plus.

  • Knowledge of audit requirements preferred.

  • Strong computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel required.

  • SharePoint experience a plus.

  • Strong organizational skills with attention to detail.

CareCentrix maintains a drug-free workplace.

We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to age, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identification, or being a qualified disabled veteran or qualified veteran of the Vietnam era or any other category protected by Federal or State law.


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