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...

Some medical staffs still struggle with if and how to credential visiting physicians. Today’s free resource is a medical staff application for visiting physicians to complete, which covers the basics of verification.

This application was developed by Arkansas Children’s Hospital, a...

Abstracting meaningful professional practice evaluation data for advanced practice professionals (APP) is often a challenge given the dearth of available clinical activity information. This tool from HighPoint Health System in Gallatin, Tennessee, is a peer review rating form allowing reviewers...

There are a variety of viable ways to approach the delineation of medical history and physical exam (H&P) privileges. The following is a sampling of core privilege statements for various disciplines. Some address H&Ps in explicit terms, and others use alternative language.

Download this sample form that reviewers can use to document their practice recommendations based on OPPE outcomes originally featured in our book, The Complete Guide to OPPE and FPPE.

There is good protection for individuals who engage in peer review activities, including proctors, and one type of protection comes in the form of legal immunity from damages. This immunity is provided under federal law—the Health Care Quality Improvement Act of 1986 (HCQIA)—and it is often...

Most medical staffs and healthcare organizations have found it challenging to find physicians willing and available to proctor colleagues. In hospital settings, many medical staffs overcome these barriers by making proctoring an obligation of staff membership. Usually, this is facilitated by a...

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