Adding your Licenses, Education, and NPI number

Add your Licenses

  1. Select the Licenses tab.
  2. Select +Add next to State Licenses to show you’re a qualified Service Provider. Add additional licenses under the section titled Other Licenses.
  3. Fill in the required info and select Save.

Note: At least one license must be listed, or you must explain why you don't have one if none is listed. Your licenses will be displayed on your public MassageBook website.

Add your Education

  1. Select the Education tab.
  2. Select +Add next to State Licenses to tell website visitors where you received your professional massage education. 
  3. Fill in the required info and select Save.

Notable Experience

  1. Select the Experience tab.
  2. Select +Add next to Notable Experience tab to list your experience related to specific modalities and any accolades or awards you'd like to share with your website visitors. Let them know what you've done! 
  3. Fill in the required info and select Save.

NPI Number

  1. Select the NPI Number tab.
  2. Select +Add next to NPI Number. 

    A National Provider Identifier number (NPI for short) is a unique identification number for covered healthcare providers. Covered health care providers and all health plans and health care clearinghouses must use the NPIs in the administrative and financial transactions adopted under HIPAA. The NPI is a 10-position, intelligence-free numeric identifier (10-digit number). This means that the numbers do not carry other information about healthcare providers, such as the state in which they live or their medical specialty. The NPI must be used in lieu of legacy provider identifiers in the HIPAA standards transactions. Click here to obtain your NPI number or for more information. 

    The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) covered providers must also share their NPI with other providers, health plans, clearinghouses, and any entity that may need it for billing purposes.

  3. Enter your NPI Number and select Save.






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