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The Comprehensive Guide to Credentialing And Privileging for Ambulatory Surgery by Laura Cook Harrington

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Published by HCPro, Inc. .
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Subjects:

  • Hospital Administration,
  • Surgery - General,
  • Medical,
  • Education & Training,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Ambulatory surgery,
  • Clinical privileges,
  • Handbooks, manuals, etc,
  • Medical staff,
  • Surgical clinics,
  • United States

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages268
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8753945M
ISBN 101578395348
ISBN 109781578395347
OCLC/WorldCa62212091

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The Comprehensive Guide to Credentialing And Privileging for Ambulatory Surgery (1st Edition) by Laura Cook Harrington, Dawn Q. Mclane Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / If the board's decision is favorable, the medical director signature on the letter to the applicant. NAMSS Credentialing Specialist (CPCS) Study Guide. The NAMSS Credentialing Specialist (CPCS) Study Guide is a printable reference guide designed to help medical services professionals prepare for the CPCS exam. This comprehensive resource covers exam topics, including credentialing and privileging; primary source verification; compliance with standards; and medical services operations. CREDENTIALING AND PRIVILEGING. 1. REASON FOR ISSUE. This revised Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Handbook provides VHA procedures regarding credentialing and privileging. AUTHORITY: Title 38 United States Code , , , , , and . This guideline will examine some of the important aspects of the credentialing and privileging processes. OBJECTIVES. The purpose of this guideline is to: • Discuss organizational responsibility for, and the importance of, credentialing and privileging; • Describe the various elements of the credentialing and privileging processes and.

Commission Standards, which focuses on the medical staff credentialing and privileging standards, and authored The LIP’s Guide to Credentials Review and Privileging. In addition, Cairns has been a faculty member with the National Association Medical Staff Services (NAMSS) since go-to guide on these standards and how they relate to the following topics: Q Medical staff bylaws Q Credentialing and privileging Q Appointment to the medical staff Q Competence assessment Q Professional practice evaluations Audience for This Book This book is written for anyone at your hospital or critical access hospital who handles. Credentialing and Privileging Desktop Reference. She is co-author of the HcPro’s publication Verify and Comply: Credentialing and Medical Staff Standards Crosswalk, Sixth Edition. Her latest book is The Clinician’s Quick Guide to Credentialing and Privileging which . – Ohio Specialty Surgical See credentialing and privileging resource for some helpful hints. Infection Prevention and HAI Portal provides helpful hints. 10 Just the Basics - Ambulatory Care Accreditation –1/26/17 on Resources: Big Book of Checklists.

Which comes first, credentialing or privileging? Credentialing is the first step to vet a physician for hospital practice. Privileging authorizes a physician’s scope of practice. Facts all Ambulatory Surgery Centers Need to Know About Privileging. Understand the facts and achieve clinical competency for Ambulatory Surgery Center credentialing and privileging, a vital pillar to patient safety and risk management. Both the Joint Commission and CMS expect this documentation to be placed in the hospital patient's record before a surgical procedure is performed. Credentialing and privileging. Mometrix Comprehensive Guide. Mometrix. $ STUDY GUIDE. . Accreditors include privileging and peer review in their top findings for non-compliance for ambulatory settings that are not affiliated with a hospital or healthcare system. According to The Joint Commission in , privileging was the number one most challenging standard for Office-Based Surgery Practices.