Credentialing Specialist



United States
Posted on Thursday, September 7, 2023

OneOncology is positioning community oncologists to drive the future of cancer care through a patient-centric, physician-driven, and technology-powered model to help improve the lives of everyone living with cancer. Our team is bringing together leaders to the market place to help drive OneOncology’s mission and vision.

Why join us? This is an exciting time to join OneOncology. Our values-driven culture reflects our startup enthusiasm supported by industry leaders in oncology, technology, and finance. We are looking for talented and highly-motivated individuals who demonstrate a natural desire to improve and build new processes that support the meaningful work of community oncologists and the patients they serve.

Job Description:

The Credentialing Specialist will report to OneOncology’s Credentialing Manager. The credentialing specialist is responsible for all aspects of the privileging and credentialing process for physicians and allied health professionals. The Specialist will process applications, verify information, research application details, and assure processes are in accordance with medial staff procedures. The specialists will provide consistent, accurate, and timely credentialing support, enhancing the organizations ability to provide professional services. Work includes the accurate, timely and documented verification of the information provided by the application and maintenance of the highly confidential credentialing related files.


  • Credentialing and re-credentialing of physicians and allied health professionals

  • Completion, submission and tracking of credentialing applications with all managed care organizations and hospitals.

  • Apply and validate hospital privileges

  • Obtain malpractice insurance policy

  • Notification to staff of completion of credentialing for scheduling and billing

  • Maintain and update CAQH online credentialing application for all providers quarterly.

  • Database management/provider files

  • Maintain vital provider credentialing information via technology tool and hard copies of documents in provider files stored on OneOncology platform.

  • Tracking and maintaining all clinical licenses for nursing, pharmacy, and lab personnel

  • Provider continuing education

  • Track continuing education credits for all providers

  • Notify providers of any deficiencies

  • Submit documentation if providers are audited

  • Termination of physician and/or allied health professional

  • Contact all MCO/hospitals/EMR to remove provider who has left practice, within 30 days of termination.

Key Competencies

  • Proficient with MS Office Suite (word, excel) and web-based applications

  • Ability to maintain verbal and written communications in a confidential manner

  • Detail oriented with strong organizational skills

  • Excellent interpersonal skills – team player who can prioritize multiple responsibilities, manage a large workload within tight deadlines – works well under pressure and consistently meets deadlines, readily adapts to change, and excels in a productivity-based environment

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Demonstrates research and problem-solving skills


  • High school diploma and 2+ years of related experience.

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.

  • Training experience preferred but not required

  • Industry experience leading credentialing activities in large provider practice (or multiple practices) is required

  • Certifications preferred but not required

  • Working remote with Travel flexibility as needed.