Ready, Set, Credential! Questions, Games, and Other Strategies to Train Your Staff
Ready, Set, Credential Questions, Games, and Other Strategies to Train Your Staff, Second EditionNancy C. Lian, CPMSM, CPCSKick off your career with the fun way to learn credentialingMost credentialing specialists and MSPs must hit the ground More...
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Ready, Set, Credential Questions, Games, and Other Strategies to Train Your Staff, Second EditionNancy C. Lian, CPMSM, CPCSKick off your career with the fun way to learn credentialingMost credentialing specialists and MSPs must hit the ground running and train on the job. Whether trained by peers or directors--or even on their own--medical staff professionals (MSPs) and new staff in the medical staff office need quality training. Without it, the entire organization is at risk for negligent credentialing and lost productivity.Get an easy-to-use, fun way to train on a wide array of MSP responsibilities."Ready, Set, Credential Questions, Games, and Other Strategies to Train Your Staff, Second Edition, " is jam-packed with tips, questions and answers, notes from peers, and games, creating the ideal training tool for MSPs. This book and CD-ROM set provides a low-cost, easily accessible means to help your MSO stay on top of the latest standards and regulations.Don't waste time in unfocused training sessions. Use this resource to learn what you want, when you want.This resource will help you train yourself, or train others, to:Master the essentials of credentialing and privilegingWork with committees, boards, and other administrative bodiesBecome familiar with the Joint Commission, NCQA, and other accrediting bodiesAvoid negligent credentialingUnderstand the ins-and-outs of the MSP's multi-faceted roleKeep up with evolving standards and regulationsGet the ultimate training manual for MSPs."Ready, Set, Credential " covers the latest topics and tasks MSPs need to master, including:Assessing physician and AHP competencyFPPE and OPPEPrivileging trends, including core privilegingPeer review and recommendationsJoint Commission, NCQA, and CMS regulationsMedical record documentationReappointmentConfidentialityLegal issues for MSPsSpecial circumstancesMSP career developmentYou'll also receive training tools to use as a fun refresher and a quick reference on evergreen topics.Check out the table of contents:Section 1: Information about your new jobWhat is credentialing?The medical staff professional and credentialingAccrediting agencies and national data banksWhat is privileging?MSPs' relationship with AHPsAssessing physician competencyUnderstanding peer recommendations and reviewReappointmentLegal responsibilitiesSpecial circumstancesLooking ahead: Your career as a medical staff professionalSection II: Games and tools for credentialing trainingSection III: Forms and figuresThe credentialing process flow chartInitial application checklistSample verbal verification formElements of a credentials fileThe privileging process flow chartSample laundry list privileging formSample core privileging formAHP credentialing flow chartSample AHP policySample focused professional practice evaluation (FPPE) policySample ongoing professional practice evaluation (OPPE) policySample reapplication checklistSample medical staff confidentiality policySample request for disaster privilegesEarn continuing education creditsThis program has been approved by the National Association Medical Staff Services for up to 6 continuing education credits. Accreditation of this educational program in no way implies endorsement or sponsorship by NAMSS.Who will benefit?Medical staff services professionalsMedical staff coordinatorsCredentialing coordinatorsRisk managersMedical staff leadersCredentialing specialistsUse "Ready, Set, Credential " as an orientat