Matching Privileges with Competence
A strategic approach to low- and no-volume practitioners
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Presented on February 21, 2012
Create strategic solutions to privileging low- and no-volume practitioners with advice from two leading medical staff and credentialing experts.
In this online program, Yisrael M. Safeek, MD, MBA, CPE, FACPE, an experienced physician leader and former Joint Commission surveyor, and Sally Pelletier CPMSM, CPCS, a national credentialing and privileging expert, walk medical staff leaders and medical services professionals through the steps to develop a working strategy to establish competency for low- and no-volume practitioners.
- Learn HOW to develop working strategies
- Identify and utilize various data sources
- Learn how physician leaders and MSPs can collaborate to develop an effective solution
- Apply tools developed and implemented by the experienced physician leader and MSP experts leading the webcast.
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Effectively use various tools to document and assess performance data for low- and no-volume practitioners
- Comply with The Joint Commission's OPPE and FPPE requirements
- Use professional references and perception data to assess competence
- Write a loophole free medical staff bylaws that address the appropriate membership category for low- and no- volume practitioners
- Identify and create tactical and strategic solutions specific to each type of low- or no-volume practitioner
- Understand the importance of appropriately defining clinical privileges specific to each type of low- or no- volume practitioner
- Contributing factors to the increase of low- and no-volume practitioners.
- Governance documents that hamper the hospital's ability to effectively manage low- and no-volume practitioners (i.e. link membership and privileges)
- How does low volume affect competence?
- Matching privileges with competence
- Building a strategic approach to low- and no-volume practitioners (e.g. intended practice plan, medical staff development plan)
- Working strategies to address low- and no-volume
- A medical staff culture that feels an obligation to the low- and no-volume practitioners
- Types of data sources
- How to compile and present the data in a meaningful way
- Question & Answer Session
In addition to the expertise and advice presented during this webcast, you’ll also receive a slide presentation of the program materials and tools, including:
- Sample MS Bylaws Language - Staff Categories
- Sample Refer and Follow Privileges
- Sample Intended Practice Plan
- Notification letter: Ineligibility for renewal of privileges
About the speakers:
Yisrael M. Safeek, MD, MBA, CPE, FACPE is president of The SafeCare Group, LLC and currently serves as a consultant chief medical officer. He has been affiliated with The Joint Commission since 2005 and contributed to the development of the accreditor’s OPPE and FPPE guidelines. He previously served as chief quality officer for Covenant Health System in Lubbock, TX, and chief medical officer for Covenant Health Partners. Prior to that, he served as the chief quality officer at Pikeville (KY) Medical Center. Dr. Safeek has been on the Board of Examiners for the Malcolm Baldrige Program since 2007.
Sally Pelletier, CPMSM, CPCS, Director - Credentialing Services, The Greeley Company. She brings more than 19 years of credentialing and privileging experience to her work with medical staff leaders and medical staff service professionals across the nation. Pelletier has authored several books for HCPro including, “Assessing the Competency of Low-Volume Practitioners: Tools and Strategies for OPPE and FPPE compliance,” and advises in the areas of accreditation compliance, credentialing and privileging assessment and redesign, medical staff services department assessments, and leadership and development training for medical services professionals. Pelletier has also served in a variety of positions for the National Association of Medical Staff Services including the board of directors and was awarded the New Hampshire Association Medical Staff Services Excellence in Medical Staff Services award in 2008.
Who should listen:
Medical services professional, medical staff services director/manager, credentialing specialist, VPMA, department chair, physician leader, credentials chair, Credentials CMT Members, VPMA/CMO
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SOURCE CODE: EHCPR