Although the credentialing and privileging processes may seem burdensome, applicants can take comfort in knowing that they will be working alongside other practitioners who have had to meet the same stringent requirements.
To address burnout, physicians and nurses prefer actions to boost nurse staffing, increase clinician control over workload, and improve work environments rather than wellness programs and resilience training, a new research article found.
The governing board of a hospital is fiscally responsible for the financial well being of the organization. They also are ultimately responsible for the credentialing and privileging of all practitioners in the organization and for monitoring the quality of care these practitioners provide....
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Organizations should identify proactively how they will address low- or no-volume practitioners both at initial appointment and reappointment to ensure that as organizations they are extending privileges only to individuals who can demonstrate current clinical competence.
The provider enrollment process helps ensure that organizations are reimbursed for the care their practitioners provide patients. While it’s easy to focus on the main streams of revenue, provider enrollment professionals must be careful not to overlook the smaller streams that can easily escape...
This week, Hawaii became the 38th state to join the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (IMLC). Supported by the Federation of State Medical Boards, the IMLC launched in 2017 as a way to make it easier for physicians to practice in multiple states.