Janice Benggio Shares Best Practices for Centralizing Credentialing in a Multi-Hospital System In symplr Monthly Webcast Series
HOUSTON - NOV. 17, 2015 – symplrTM, a leading provider of Software as a Service (SaaS) based healthcare compliance and credentialing solutions, today announced the upcoming webcast “Centralizing Credentialing in a Multi-Hospital System.” Part of the symplr Education Series focused on Provider Management, the webcast will air on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, at 12 p.m. CT/1 p.m. ET.
Many multi-hospital systems have identified a need to consolidate their credentialing services from the individual hospitals to a centralized process. Although this sounds simple in theory, there are many considerations that deserve careful attention before embarking on the process.
Janice Benggio, a Certified Professional Credentialing Specialist, Certified Professional Medical Staff Manager and Certified Professional Healthcare Risk Manager, will provide attendees with information and best practices to help make the transition to centralized credentialing go smoothly. In addition, she’ll share how centralization can increase revenue through shared credentialing efforts, decrease workload for staff and providers, and improve provider relations. Benggio will also be available for live Q&A.
“It may seem like common sense that centralized credentialing processes lead to more efficient and accurate results, but it’s the work needed to get there that can stall a project,” said Rick Pleczko, President and CEO of symplr. “With more than 18 years in the medical staff services field, Benggio has seen most situations and will be a helpful resource to those multi-hospital facilities that are thinking about centralizing credentialing.”
To view archives of past webcasts in the symplr education webcast series, visit http://www.symplr.com/resources/webcasts.
About Janice Benggio
Janice Benggio is a Certified Professional Credentialing Specialist, Certified Professional Medical Staff Manager and Certified Professional Healthcare Risk Manager. She is currently a project manager for a healthcare organization and a freelance medical staff consultant. She has worked as in medical staff services for almost 18 years, having worked in the legal field prior to that.
Founded in 2006, symplr is an industry leader in compliance and credentialing Software as a Service solutions that help healthcare organizations mitigate risk and ensure compliance. symplr has a single mission: to make healthcare compliance and credentialing simpler for all constituents of the healthcare community. For more information or to contact symplr, visit http://www.symplr.com/ or (866) 373-9725.
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