The Credentialing Handbook

The Credentialing Handbook

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The Credentialing Handbook provides comprehensive, plain-English guida nce to understand and master the provider credentialing process in any health care setting. With sample forms, checklists, flowcharts, and c orrespondence, this practical guide walks you through every aspect of effective credentialing, appointment, and recredentialing. You'll lear n: key steps in the credentialing process; about qexpress credentialin gq models; how to credential allied health practitioners; typical time frames and tracking systems; pros and cons of delegating credentialin g, plus more.procedures that are outlined in the medical staff credentialing policy and procedure manual, as appended to the bylaws.a€ As with any plan or manual that is appended to the bylaws, there should be some statement in the bylaws as to how suchanbsp;...


Title:The Credentialing Handbook
Author: Sheryl Deutsch, Sheryl K. Deutsch, Christine S. Mobley
Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Learning - 1999
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