The only way to head off credentialing and privileging nightmares is to be able to stop them before they start. Unfortunately, you don’t have a crystal ball. However, if you know how to effectively generate and utilize your non-standard system reports, they can help you see the future even better.
Sure, there are a slew of standard reports that your system produces, but it's inevitable that the specific information you need isn’t included. That's where things usually fall apart. Unless you have the skills to generate the specific data you need, a disaster is just waiting to happen.
According to credentialing and privileging experts, Donna Goestenkors, CPMSM and Wendi Stivers-Rigby, B.S., one of the most common questions they receive from medical staff professionals across the country is how to get the nonstandard, specialized data out of their systems. During a 90-minute online training, they’ll spell out exactly how you can master this skill and stop relying on others to get the credentialing and privileging information you need.
Here are just a few of the practical skills you’ll walk away with:
- Overcome an internal lack of resources, and get it done yourself
- Get a handle on specifically what to ask for and expect when creating reports
- Protect yourself from compliance violations by confirming documented results
- Get information faster to improve quality and patient safety
- Master those reports that will have the biggest impact on your decisions
- And so much more…
You can improve the accuracy and compliance of your credentialing and privileging processes, and significantly reduce your personal stress and workload. By just investing 90 minutes of your time, you’ll get the exact tools you need to better arm yourself with the information necessary to ensure your success.
Meet Your Experts:
Donna Goestenkors, CPMSM
Donna is an industry leader, an accomplished author, an MSP champion, and a trusted consultant. With over 41 years of industry experience, Donna keeps her finger on the pulse of the latest industry trends, serving as a past NAMSS president and as part of NAMSS’s current instructor faculty. She shares her knowledge and experiences with colleagues nationwide and empowers MSPs, Medical Staff Leaders and healthcare administrators with her stories, which she weaves with her special touch of knowledge, compassion, humor, and respect.
Wendi Stivers-Rigby, B.S
Wendi Stivers-Rigby is the Manager of the Dignity Health Central Coast Service Area - CVO based in Santa Maria, California. She graduated from California Polytechnic State University with a Bachelor's degree in Nutritional Science in 2000 and began working in Correctional Healthcare in 2007. After many years of working with patients and practitioners, Wendi joined the Medical Staff Services team to grow centralized credentialing from two acute care facilitates to five, and take on payer enrollment for 35 health centers with nearly 150 providers. She recently completed the NAMSS Leadership Certificate program and is actively pursuing her NAMSS Certification.