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Resolving Credentialing Concerns for Reentry Practitioners

Each year, large numbers of physicians seek to return to practice after an extended voluntary absence from patient care. Others have never left practice but are requesting to expand/change their scope of practice and refresh skill sets they have not used in several years. Returning to practice or reengaging in specific practice areas can be a daunting process, both for physicians and for the hospitals where they seek to practice. ​In this 90-minute webinar, Elizabeth J. Korinek, MPH, and Sally Pelletier, CPMSM, CPCS, will address the unique challenges presented by physicians who have a gap in patient care or in experience with specific procedures or services. Attendees will become familiar with national reentry trends and learn strategies used to facilitate a successful transition onto clinical staff, as well as methods for monitoring physician practice to meet focused professional practice evaluation (FPPE) expectations.

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