A precursor to Credentialing 101, this online course is designed for MSPs new to the field of credentialing. Typically, new MSPs learn their jobs on the fly, but in an era of new technologies, complex legal issues, updated processes, and multiple key players, the profession, regardless of someone’s stage in their professional lifecycle, has become much more complex. This interactive course addresses the basic aspects of credentialing and explains why they are important, helping those new to the profession understand the value of their role and its impact on their medical setting. For a limited time, this course includes a comprehensive glossary of terms unique to the profession that will serve as a continuing reference for the participants.
In Credentialing 100, participants will explore medical staff credentialing services in today’s diverse healthcare industry. They will learn the fundamentals of their profession, discovering the Who, What, Where and Why of credentialing and the essential role credentialing professionals play in patient safety and ensuring a quality healthcare experience. Please note: This online course is designed as an entirely online module. While it does include additional resources that you can print out, the course material is not printable.
What You Will Learn:
- The purpose and basic process of credentialing;
- What it means to be a credentialing professional;
- Where and how credentialing takes places in a range of medical settings; and
- Key components of healthcare administration and management as they pertain to credentialing.
Who Should Purchase:
- All MSPs new to the field or those who wish to understand the credentialing process and its tie to legal issues and risk management.
- This course has been approved for 2 CE credits.
- Hover over the "Register" button in the top right corner to see the price
This course covers the following Tomorrow's MSP® Core Functional Area(s) and Skillsets
Core Functional Area(s):
- Conducts, Participates In, and Maintains Primary Source Verification
- Conducts, Participates In, and Maintains Credentialing and Privileging
- Manages the Credentialing or Privileging Process
- Conducts, Participates In, and Maintains Current Clinical Competency Evaluations and Peer Review
- Complies with Accreditation and Regulatory Standards
- Manages Compliance with State and Federal Accreditation Standards and Regulatory Requirements
- Manages Departmental Operations
- Manages Provider Enrollment Process
- Risk Management
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