hear the details of the new policy, including updated obligations for health services, clinical leaders and clinicians
share examples of cooperative approaches to credentialing
hear the national perspective on credentialing practice.
Who should attend?
Directors of Medical Services/Chief Medical Officers
If you cannot attend, please send a delegate. This is an important event to help you ensure the medical practitioners you appoint and retain are qualified, fit and operating within the scope of clinical practice.
What are the major changes to the policy?
Updates to the policy aim to:
clarify requirements for annual credential and medical indemnity insurance checks
expand the appeals process
define the duration of temporary credentialing
shorten the time period for formal recredentialing, from five years to three.