The operational process of credentialing a practitioner to participate in a health plan’s network has
some similarities to a hospital’s credentialing processes; however, there are also important distinctions.
The following table highlights some of the key differences between health...

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A health plan must designate a credentialing committee that uses a peer review process to make credentialing and recredentialing decisions. Members of the committee must include participating practitioners who can review and provide input on applicants for initial credentialing and...

Do you have physicians who resign with red flags in their file whom you are tracking/trending? Do you have a policy that requires you address red flags before allowing the physician to resign? Do you have language in a policy or bylaws that will not allow a practitioner to reapply for membership...

State medical boards vary in the speed with which they post actions against licensees, the completeness of the information posted, and the length of time in which they keep information posted on their websites. In many cases it may not be sufficient to simply confirm whether an applicant has an...

MSPs are being asked to do more with less. In this session from the 2022 CRC Virtual Symposium, learn how to add value to your organizations by saving time, money, streamlining our process by...

Understand the direction credentialing is taking and some of the new things happening in the medical staff services field. In this session from the 2022 CRC Virtual Symposium, Yesenia Servin, CPMSM, payer enrollment lead at Team Med Global Healthcare Consulting and Donna...

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