2017 Credentialing Resource Center Symposium
April 6-7, 2017 - Austin, Texas
The Credentialing Resource Center (CRC) team would like to thank everyone who made the 2017 CRC Symposium a resounding success, from our speakers and first-ever contest winners to our exhibitors, sponsors, and onsite staff. But most of all, we’d like to thank the hundreds of dedicated MSPs, quality professionals, and medical staff leaders who turned out in sunny Austin, Texas, donning their cowboy boots and thinking caps, to participate in two days of engaging education, hands-on learning, and theatrical antics.
Check out the following posts featuring our favorite symposium sightings and soundbites:
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See you next year in Las Vegas!
Stay tuned for details on the 2018 CRC Symposium.
About the 2017 CRC Symposium
The 2017 CRC Symposium delivers two days of engaging education and training taught by the industry’s top credentialing and medical staff experts. During the event, medical staff professionals, physician leaders, and quality directors will learn actionable strategies for building compliant vetting processes and cultivating high-caliber medical staffs.
With a dynamic learning structure, first-class faculty, and an unparalleled platform for networking with peers, the 2017 CRC Symposium is unlike any other industry event. Attendees will walk away with new insight into developing and maintaining credentialing, privileging, and competence assessment processes fit for the modern medical staff.
“In a volatile healthcare environment, excellent credentialing is more critical than ever. But best practices are changing, and liability for getting credentialing wrong is going through the roof. It has never been more important for MSPs and medical staff leaders to be at the top of their credentialing game,” says Todd Sagin, MD, JD, president and national medical director of Sagin Healthcare Consulting, LLC, in Laverock, Pennsylvania, and veteran CRC Symposium speaker.
The 2017 CRC Symposium is designed for physician leaders, medical staff committee members, chief medical officers, vice presidents of medical affairs, medical staff services directors, medical staff services managers, medical staff coordinators, medical staff professionals, credentialing professionals, quality directors, and quality managers.
- Peer review indicators
- Employed physicians
- Delegated credentialing and provider enrollment
- Ambulatory care credentialing and privileging
- Health system credentialing and privileging
- OPPE and FPPE for advanced practice professionals
From time to time, CRC/HCPro or its contractors record, photograph, and/or stream the various aspects and activities of the CRC Symposium for both archival and promotional purposes. By attending the CRC Symposium, attendees give CRC/HCPro and its contractors permission to use any attendee’s voice and image in any such archival or promotional recording, photograph, or streaming activity without any compensation or credit to the attendee.