February 15, 2012 | | Comments 13
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Featured webcast: Assessing the competence of low- and no-volume practitioners

Create strategic solutions to privileging low- and no-volume practitioners with advice from two leading medical staff and credentialing experts. In this online program, Yisrael M. Safeek, MD, MBA, CPE, FACPE, an experienced physician leader and former Joint Commission surveyor, and Sally Pelletier CPMSM, CPS, a national credentialing and privileging expert, walk medical staff leaders and medical services professionals through steps to develop a working strategy to establish competency for low- and no-volume practitioners.

Take a peek at the agenda:        

  • Contributing factors to the increase of low- and no-volume practitioners
    • Governance documents that hamper the hospital’s ability to effectively manage low- and no-volume practitioners (i.e. link membership and privileges)
  • How does low volume affect competence
  • Matching privileges with competence
  • Building a strategic approach to low- and no-volume practitioners (e.g. intended practice plan, medical staff development plan)
  • Working strategies to address low- and no-volume
    • A medical staff culture that feels an obligation to the low- and no-volume practitioners
  • Types of data sources
  • How to compile and present the data in a meaningful way

This webcast will be presented on Tuesday, February 21 at 1 p.m. To learn more or to register, click here.

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