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Daniel Fritz

Daniel Fritz is the Product Manager for Vendor Credentialing at symplr, where he has worked since 2015.

Daniel started his career with symplr as a solutions consultant and has worked hand-in-hand with some of the largest healthcare organizations in the nation to identify their needs and innovate new technology for symplr’s customer base.

Working with internal teams of symplr, he drives clear results by increasing compliance and patient safety with vendor credentialing. He has a passion for exceeding customer expectations with his dedication and expertise.

Before his time at symplr, Daniel gained experience as a senior account executive with an electronic medical records company, where he interacted with ambulatory clinics, regional extension centers, and hospital systems. Daniel graduated from the University of Texas at Austin where he received a B.S. degree in Human Biology.

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vendor credentialing | Vendor Credentialing Services

Six Reasons Why Hospital Vendor Credentialing Is On the Rise

By: Daniel Fritz
August 2nd, 2017

In a healthcare setting, credentialing is a top priority for physicians to go through. However, there is another kind of credentialing that is growing more popular as governing bodies and organizations put pressure on hospitals to protect themselves from potential risks. Hospital vendor credentialing is a key component in ensuring hospital administrators have a grasp on the activities occurring in their hospitals.

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Visitor Management | Hospital Safety

Visitor Management Improves Hospital Safety & Security

By: Daniel Fritz
July 22nd, 2016

It goes without saying that medical hospitals are busy places. Patients, physicians, employees, volunteers, and vendors alone translate to thousands of people every day – add visitors to the mix, and the total number rises by thousands or even tens of thousands every month.

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