Webinar: Negligent Credentialing
February 12 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Healthcare entities are responsible for developing credentialing processes for physicians and physician extenders who practice in the hospital and managed care settings. These processes are developed to protect patients from harm. But when physicians are engaged in a medical malpractice lawsuit, the healthcare entity may also be included under the pretense of negligent credentialing.
Our webinar presenters provide an overview of a pre-application, initial application/credentialing and reappointment/re-credentialing processes along with the integration of FPPE and OPPE quality criteria. The processes include aspects of primary source verifications, applicant responsibility and how to identify potential risk management issues for review by various Committees and Board approval entities. Registration is required for attendance.
Kate holds a BA in Healthcare Management and a Master’s of Science in Healthcare Ethical and Regulatory Leadership. She is certified in Compliance, Quality, and Medical Staff Services and has served as the President of the National Association Medical Staff Services. A frequent speaker and advocate for patient safety, it is the topic of negligent credentialing that she believes is the most critical and is the very foundation of patient safety and risk mitigation.
John was the first elected male President for NAMSS in 2014 and currently serves as a NAMSS Instructor. John continues his passion for credentialing by speaking at local, State and National conferences on various topics in credentialing and MSP well-being.