The research and development of privileges by specialty and privileges outside of basic specialty training is a vital step that be overlooked within the medical staff office. The R&D of privileges can significantly change the quality of patient care as well as the quality of physicians/practitioners that practice and apply for privileges at your facility. As this R&D process is properly put in place, it instills a level of confidence that is demonstrated both within and outside of the hospital, which can enhance the marketing of the hospital as well the recruiting of physicians/practitioners.
During this webinar, we covered:
- Accrediting body expectations
- R&D tools
- R&D steps
- Q&A – answered attendee's to your questions
About the speaker, Julie Costa-Bickmore, CPCS
Julie Costa-Bickmore, CPCS is symplr’s credentialing/privileging consultant, with more than 25 years’ experience working as a consultant with medical staff office, administration, and physician leadership teams in hospitals and other healthcare facilities nationwide. She developed the privileges and threshold criteria content for the symplr privileging database. Her primary focus area is the development of core privileges and threshold criteria for special procedures, as well as the quality of the credentialing process.