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Medical staff leader dos and don’ts for working with MSPs
As a medical staff leader, it is important to understand from the start that the days of a medical staff secretary in a medical staff office are history. It is true that in years past, the work was primarily clerical and secretarial. However, as healthcare has evolved and grown in complexity, so too has the work of the organized medical staff. A true medical staff services department (MSSD) is now needed, staffed by subject matter experts appropriately identified as medical services professionals (MSP).
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