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Case study: To privilege or not to privilege
Mary Barr, CPMSM, was new to her position as director of medical affairs at St. John Medical Center. With extensive experience as an MSP, Mary initially focused her attention on the scope of credentialing and privileging of current medical staff members, advanced practice professionals, and new applicants. As the months passed, Mary realized that only some of the physicians working at the four St. John Family Healthcare Centers had privileges at St. John Medical Center. Further, the scope of the privileges granted to these physicians was silent regarding their practice at the health centers.
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