Tip: Resist pressure to rush-credential employed physicians
Likewise, the credentials committee should not wield the credentialing process as a political weapon to slow employed physicians’ entry to the medical staff. Unfortunately, such an approach can occur in areas where independent physicians feel threatened by the employed group or are upset with hospital administration for pursuing these practitioners. Your organization’s credentialing policies should stress that the processes are the same for all applicants seeking privileges on the medical staff.
Source: The Credentials Committee Manual