Every provider needs an account manager. Account
managers are authorized to enter into
binding contracts on behalf of their employers. Typically, an
account manager is an
office manager or front-office staff.
An account manager:
Manages tax ID numbers (TINs) and provider identification
numbers (PINs) associated
with their organization
Creates user accounts for others in the organization and
distributes usernames and
Keeps the organization's account information up-to-date
To register as an account manager, you'll be asked to
sign a legal declaration.
What if you're not an
account managers can create Provider Connection accounts.
If you're not an account manager, ask your account manager to create
Connection user account for you.