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Under our robust, digital publication model, which debuted in October 2016, we announce new members-only content, published weekly, in near–real time via our daily e-newsletters, CRC Daily and CRC Digest. At the end of each month, we publish high-quality, digital PDFs of full CRCJ and MSB newsletter issues on the CRC site and announce their availability for download in a members-only roundup email.
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Medical Staff Talk is now the Credentialing Resource Center (CRC) Forums. It’s all the shop talk and sample swapping you’ve come to expect and a more robust platform to boot.
Upgrades include direct, members-only access through the CRC site; a sleek design that improves navigation and encourages in-depth discussion; overarching content categories that promote productive exchanges and targeted searches; and popular tags that help posters and readers filter by hot topic.
Note that members must now submit forum posts through the CRC site, rather than by email. You can, however, adjust your settings to receive an email alert when a new post becomes available. See the “Site Navigation” Q&As on this page for instructions on submitting a forum post through the CRC site and for setting up email notifications.
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The CRC Symposium Case Study Competition and the CRC Achievement Awards are two application-based contests that showcase excellence in the medical staff services and leadership fields. Winners, who are selected by a panel of esteemed industry experts, receive free admission to the CRC Symposium, among other prizes.
Click here to learn about the winners of the 2017 CRC Contests. Keep an eye out for details on the 2018 application process, which will open later this year.
The 2017 CRC Symposium will be held April 6–7, 2017, in Austin, Texas. Join us for two days of engaging education and training taught by the industry’s top credentialing and medical staff experts. During the event, MSPs, physician leaders, and quality directors will learn actionable strategies for building compliant vetting processes and cultivating high-caliber medical staffs. Click here for additional details and to register. Also check out the two new contests we’re launching in conjunction with the event to showcase excellence in the medical staff services and leadership fields.
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