March 1, 2019

Bluesprig Pediatrics Reduces Administrative Burden by Contracting with Eddy Credentialing Software

BlueSprig Pediatrics in Houston, Texas has selected Eddy Credentialing Software to manage its providers and verification needs.  

BlueSprig is a pediatric organization focused on providing the very best and most compassionate ABA therapy service to all children who need it, regardless of their means. The leadership at BlueSprig is about community first – they open multiple clinics in a community to provide easier access to care and to be a loud advocate for positive change. As stated on the website, “We aren’t the norm, we never settle for ok, and our track record with children on the spectrum is second to none. We love what we do and we bring that passion with us every day.

Working with healthcare organizations such as BlueSprig that are doing it differently while serving these children brings great pride to Eddy CEO, Jennifer Vines. “The number of children impacted by Autism is going to increase, unfortunately, and BlueSprig is helping these families with a collaborative approach. Anything that Eddy can do to reduce their administrative workload while ensuring that providers maintain compliance is considered a privilege for us,” states Vines.

Eddy’s multifaceted platform allows providers of all levels to upload and save all professional information for credentialing and enrollment processes. Providers can affiliate with an unlimited number of healthcare organizations regardless of the facility’s client status. Organizations using Eddy experience a reduction in credentialing time and often completing files in just 7-10 days.

Eddy is a Dallas-based credentialing software company that was founded in 2016 and has a patent-pending on its proprietary solution.

Learn more about Eddy at or by emailing

Ideal Privileges, LLC/dba Eddy

2310 N. Henderson Ave. Suite 1037

Dallas, TX  75206

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