Core Privileges for Physicians
A Practical Approach to Developing and Implementing Criteria-based PrivilegeseBook - 2010
Ensure that your facility has the best, most up-to-date privileging system available. This comprehensive resource combines a how-to manual with downloadable forms to help you develop and implement the most efficient and consistent privileging system availablethe core privileging approach. It includes 77 customizable physician specialty and subspecialty core privileging forms, along with applicable corresponding procedure lists, that are the culmination of Credentialing Resource Center White Paper research and Greeley Company expertise. What’s new? All forms have been updated to reflect the most current criteria New forms have been added for practice areas such as pediatric critical care and pediatric neurosurgery Language has been updated to clarify the critical distinction between membership and privileges Benefits: Meet Joint Commission requirements for criteria-based privileging Use the complete downloadable library of 77 customizable sample core forms for specialties and subspecialties as a starting point for your own privileges Manage physician competency and criteria-based privileging in an increasingly data-driven environment Eliminate weeks of researching specialty medical societies for competency benchmarks, evaluating data, and creating draft forms Utilize expert insights to develop core forms, design an effective core system, and overcome implementation hurdles The table of contents includes: I: The Basics II: Developing and implementing core privileges III: Sample core privilege forms and procedure lists - Specialty core forms include: - Allergy/Immunology - Anesthesiology - Colon and Rectal Surgery - Dentistry - Dermatology - Emergency Medicine - Family Medicine - General Surgery - Hyperbaric Medicine - Internal Medicine - Medical Genetics - Neurology - Nuclear Medicine - Obstetrics and Gynecology - Ophthalmology - Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery - Orthopedic Surgery - Otolaryngology - Pathology - Pediatric - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Plastic Surgery - Podiatry - Psychiatry - Radiology - Thoracic Surgery - Urology - Subspecialty core forms include: - Adolescent Medicine - Cardiac Surgery - Cardiovascular Disease (Cardiology) - Critical Care - Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics - Endocrinology - Gastroenterology - Geriatric Medicine - Hematology/Oncology - Infectious Disease - Medical Toxicology - Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine - Nephrology - Neurodevelopmental Disabilities - Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine/Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine - Neurological Surgery - Occupational and Environmental Medicine - Pain Medicine - Palliative Medicine - Pediatric Anesthesiology - Pediatric Cardiology - Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery - Pediatric Critical Care Medicine - Pediatric Dentistry - Pediatric Emergency Medicine - Pediatric Endocrinology - Pediatric Gastroenterology - Pediatric General Surgery - Pediatric Hematology/Oncology - Pediatric Infectious Diseases - Pediatric Nephrology - Pediatric Neurosurgery - Pediatric Ophthalmology - Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery - Pediatric Otolaryngology - Pediatric Pulmonology - Pediatric Radiology - Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine - Pediatric Rheumatology - Pediatric Urology - Pulmonary Medicine - Radiation Oncology - Rheumatology - Sleep Medicine - Sports Medicine - Surgery of the Hand - Surgical Critical Care - Surgical Oncology - Urgent Care Center - Vascular Surgery Appendix A: The Medicare COP and Joint Commission credentialing and privileging standards Appendix B: Professional resources for developing criteria Access 77 criteria-based privileging forms created by The Greeley Company. Order your copy today!
Publisher: Marblehead, MA : HCPro Inc, Ă2010
Edition: 5th ed
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xi, 777 pages) : illustrations