In this 90-minute webinar, Sharon Beckwith, CEO of MD Review, and Brock Bordelon, MD, medical director at MD Review, provide actionable strategies for effective peer review, offer evaluation methodologies for monitoring physician performance, and describe common pitfalls that...

Does it often seem like your quality department and medical staff services department are doing the same work related to peer review and quality improvement? Historically, these two processes have been developed separately and lived in siloed departments. In this 90-minute webinar, speaker...

Provider credentialing is rightfully getting its due as the essential starting point of both the revenue cycle process and the provision of safe care. Still, like other functions, the medical staff office/CVO must demonstrate to its internal and external customers it can succeed using “lean”...

In this 90-minute webinar, physician Jonathan Goldner, DO, MMM, FCCP, FCCM, discussed the latest developments in the conundrum of how to cope with aging providers and provided tips for developing an aging practitioner policy at your organization. Attendees learned how aging affects both medical...

This past year, HCPro updated its physician set of core privilege forms. In this webinar, Maggie Palmer, the expert who updated the forms, discusses how to use these forms and about criteria-based privileging in general. 

In this 90-minute webinar, Barbara Warstler, MBA, CPMSM, FASPR, discusses how to prioritize provider well-being by developing a comprehensive wellness program. Warstler offers tips and best practices for developing a provider wellness committee with a specific procedure for...

All healthcare organizations must comply with multiple regulatory and accreditation standards, but making sense of all those requirements is easier said than done. During this 90-minute webinar, expert speaker Carol S. Cairns, CPMSM, CPCS, breaks down the credentialing standards...

Every medical practice of any size must establish and utilize surrogates for provider enrollment, but it’s surprisingly complicated—if done wrong, it can cost the practice man-hours and even billings. By mastering the process, you can save yourself and your practice considerable time and...

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...

Clashing interests and ethics can undermine the integrity of medical staff tasks, create financial disputes between a healthcare institution and the physicians who practice there, disrupt key governance processes, cause rifts that jeopardize patient care, and, in extreme cases, result in costly...

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