Credentialing Resource Center Virtual Event


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Credentialing Resource Center Virtual Event

Practicing social distancing is a must in the era of COVID-19, but so is education. That is why we have created the all new Credentialing Resource Center Virtual Event. While you may have missed the live event, it was such a success we are now offering you the on-demand experience.

The Credentialing Resource Center Virtual Event allows you to earn valuable CEUs and receive access to the great educational content you’ve come to expect from CRC. The on-demand experience allows you to listen to and digest all the expertise and knowledge shared by our industry leading speakers at your own pace and on your own time.

Credentialing Resource Center Virtual Event delivers engaging education and training to MSPs, medical staff leaders, and quality directors in credentialing environments spanning the care continuum. Top industry experts impart fresh insight and actionable strategies for developing and sustaining effective credentialing, privileging, competence assessment, and medical staff governance processes amid constant changes to healthcare service delivery and reimbursement.

Whether you’re a newly minted professional or an industry veteran, you won’t want to miss out on this special virtual event. The speaker lineup features celebrated experts and in-the-trenches MSPs and medical staff leaders eager to share their success stories and practical application pointers.

Hot topics for the include:

  • Advanced practice professionals and how to allow them to advance their training
  • New provider orientation
  • Credentials verifications organizations (CVO)
  • Corrective action
  • Negligent credentialing
  • Core privileges

Who Should Attend?

  • Medical staff coordinators and professionals
  • Medical staff services directors and managers
  • Credentialing professionals
  • Medical staff leaders
  • Medical staff committee members
  • Quality directors and managers
  • Chief medical officers and vice presidents of medical affairs

Learning Objectives

  • Discover ways to use credentialing, privileging, and peer review to keep problematic practitioners out of your organization.
  • Identify “pink flags” on medical staff applications which could be signs of a problematic practitioner.
  • Navigate the uncomfortable waters of confronting and managing a disruptive physician who has made it onto the medical staff.
  • Improve relationships and efficiencies between CVOs, enrollment departments, and medical staff services departments.
  • Implement an ongoing, systematic, collaborative approach to privilege form maintenance.
  • Articulate best practices to avoid claims of corporate negligence relating to credentialing and peer review.
  • Identify common accreditation issues related to OPPE and FPPE.
  • Identify methods to evaluate potential applicants prior to hiring.
  • Describe rating levels used in case review.
  • Determine who should create physician performance improvement plans.