Registration fees for webinars are $175/member and $300/non-member
unless otherwise noted in event description.

Advanced Credentialing & Privileging Concepts

Date: 05/12/2020

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

This seminar has been rescheduled for Tuesday, October 27, 2020. More details to come on location later.

North Dakota CAH’s – The North Dakota CAH Quality Network will support registration fees of one participant per North Dakota Critical Access Hospital. Prior to registering, contact Julie Frankl at the Center for Rural Health for instructions on registration assistance. Call or email 701-777-6781 or julie.frankl@und.edu. (Additional participants from each North Dakota CAH may attend but would be required to pay the registration fee).

NDHA Member registration fee is $125 per person; non-member is $225. This fee includes breakfast, lunch, and evening networking event. Online registration only. The NDHA online registration process does not require payment at the time of registration. You will be invoiced.

COURSE OVERVIEW
Presented by: Kathy Matzka, CPMSM, CPCS, FMSP

This program provides an in-depth overview of more difficult to understand aspects of credentialing, recredentialing and privileging, including evaluating and documenting practitioner competency, dealing with low and no volume providers, handling information received “off the record”, engaging and orienting medical staff leaders, avoiding confirmation bias in credentialing decisions, and understanding negligence in credentialing.

The speaker will cover tips for compliance with accreditation and regulatory requirements, and provide sample tools, policies and procedures. Lecture will be reinforced with table-top exercises and other discussion-based sessions. The speaker will leave adequate time to discuss issues and answer questions.

Recommended Audience:
Anyone involved with medical staff credentialing and privileging: Credentialing Professionals, Medical Staff Office Department Staff, Medical Staff Leaders, Credentials Committee Members, Medical Executive Committee Members, Chief Medical Officers, Medical Directors and QA/PI Directors.

Objectives:
At the completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Identify Joint Commission and CMS regulations for credentialing and privileging
  • Develop mechanisms for dealing with low and no volume providers
  • Distinguish key aspects of training for medical staff leaders
  • Recognize appropriate means for documentation of practitioner competency
  • Define and utilize critical thinking skills in the credentialing process
  • Discuss the concept of negligence in credentialing.

If you are interested in the Dakota Association Medical Staff Services Annual Conference being held the day following this session, please follow this link:  https://dakotamss.org