It depends on the insurance, but in the past, we have had the physician see patients and bill "incident-to" one of the physicians that is credentialed (supervising physician would review and sign off on the charts). You should check with each of your carriers, but Medicare will back date the enrollment no more than 30 days from the time they receive the enrollment and all attachments if it's approved. Hope this helps!
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