Negligent Practitioner Credentialing: Avoid Being in the Headlines

NOTE: This post originally appeared on the Greeley Membership blog.
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I always look forward to the mail on Friday because it usually includes the latest issue of People Magazine. I know what you might be thinking, but reading about all the latest “gossip” as well as leading news is my guilty pleasure. Many times, I do find the articles to be quite informative—not all of… [Read More]

Credentialing Compliance and Accreditation Tips for the New Year

NOTE: This post originally appeared on the Greeley Membership blog.
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January is a time when many of us reflect on the happenings of the previous year and will set new goals for 2017. Some of the top resolutions include spend more time with family and friends, exercise more, learn something new, and get organized. As MSPs, it is also a good time to evaluate current… [Read More]

One Anticipated Move and One Unexpected Departure: The Life Safety Code takes on a new perspective

NOTE: This post originally appeared on the Greeley Membership blog.

For those of you who closely follow the ebb and flow of the physical environment regulatory compliance season, 2016 has been an unusually busy year, particularly over the last couple of months or so. To start with, in a move that had been anticipated for quite some time, CMS announced on May 4th that it… [Read More]

The New Paradigm: Delegated Credentialing in the MSSD

NOTE: This post originally appeared on the Greeley Membership blog.

The Situation: The number of employed practitioners at your hospital is increasing. Provider enrollment with the managed care payers is time-consuming and long delays are being encountered. A significant loss of revenue has been incurred over the last year due to the inability to bill for patient care services while your practitioners waited to be… [Read More]

Stop the Line: Credentialing for the OR

NOTE: This post originally appeared on the Greeley Membership blog.

“Stop the line” is a very familiar term to me, through my years of experience in the hospital setting. It is a term that is more commonly used in the OR suite, but not uncommon in all patient care areas of the hospital. Having the authority—or more importantly, the responsibility—to take a stand and “stop… [Read More]