Understanding Negligence in Credentialing
14 September 2017
Understanding Negligence in Credentialing

​This webinar will discuss the concept of negligence as it relates to credentialing and privileging. Past and recent negligent credentialing lawsuits and their impact on the credentialing practices of the hospital will be discussed.

Learning Objectives

  • Define negligence as it relates to credentialing and privileging
  • Recognize an organization's duty to exercise due care in credentialing
  • Develop processes that may help to reduce the finding of negligence in credentialing

Target Audience
Credentialing professionals, medical services professionals, medical staff leaders, department chiefs, credentials committee members, medical executive committee members, CEOs, VPMAs, CMOs, medical directors, QA/PI Directors

CATEGORIES:
Advocacy; Hospital; Legislative; Member; Patient Safety; Administration; HR; Leadership; Operations; Workforce

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The fee for a single connection to this webinar is $150. We encourage members to gather multiple listeners at a single site. Phone and web connection details will be emailed to registrants 2 business days prior to the webinar date.

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