The Physician Chairperson Performance Measurement form is a tool for measuring and documenting performance, discussing professional and organizational development, and setting goals and objectives. The tool is designed to facilitate communication and feedback, the most critical element in the...

Brand-new to CRC? Looking for a sneak peek into what an upgraded membership would bring? Need a refresher on how to access the arsenal of expert analysis, training resources, and networking opportunities already at your disposal? Whatever your goals, the CRC team has you covered. Peruse the...

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...

Your window into the professional experiences of MSPs across the compensation spectrum, career stages, and the care continuum

The modern MSP’s influence spans more functions, facilities, and settings than ever before. Gain unparalleled insight into the evolving...

Through University Hospital's medical staff services and credentialing career ladder, an entry-level hire begins as either a credentialing assistant or credentialing quality control specialist and can work his or her way up the departmental rungs as a medical staff services and credentialing...

Need help convincing your organization to send you to the 2019 Credentialing Resource Center Symposium? Download this letter explaining the benefits and highlights of the conference.

An approach hospital may use to bring disruptive behavior policies to life is providing every new physician with the same messages from the chief of staff during orientation and the credentials interview. Download this excerpt from a disruptive behavior poilcy from Glendale Adventist Medical...

This sample evaluation form will help you track the performance of your hospitalists and assist you in meeting your peer review/OPPE requirements.

Medical staff credentialing and peer review requires a hospital to collect data on practitioners that is significant and sensitive. It is important that the hospital use such information only for the purposes for which it was collected. A hospital should take all reasonable measures to protect...

This form is easy to follow and has the required questions. Consider pairing it with a policy and procedure to guide its use and including a section to denote confirmation of the hospital’s assessment/ability to perform a new procedure or treatment, the need for new equipment, etc.  

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