Advanced Practice Professional Solutions for Small and Critical Access Hospitals
Webcast on CD or on demand
Sponsored by Medical Staff Briefing.
Dealing with advanced practice professionals presents a unique set of challenges for small and critical access hospitals.
Join HCPro and The Greeley Medical Staff Institute for Advanced Practice Professionals Solutions for Small and Critical Access Hospitals. This budget-friendly, 60-minute Webcast, available on CD or on-demand, offers you strategies and tools designed exclusively for small and critical access hospitals.This expert-developed, affordable program was created with your specific needs in mind. Our Greeley experts created tailored solutions for the unique challenges small and critical access hospitals face when managing advanced practice professionals, including credentialing, privileging, peer review, and competency assessment. These solutions can be implemented easily on smaller budgets with the help of fewer medical staff members.
Facing tighter budgets with fewer resources? Consider the discounted 4-program package!
This program is one in a four-part series, the Small Hospital and Critical Access Hospital Solutions Series, designed specifically for hospitals like yours. Other programs in the series cover OPPE, FPPE, and proctoring; low-volume providers; and telemedicine.
You can purchase all 4 programs individually for $199 each, or you can buy the package of 4 for just $489. That’s a savings of more than $300! Click here for more information on this package.
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Take a look at the agenda
- Advanced Practice Professionals (APP)
- Who are these individuals?
- What are they allowed to do?
- Does CMS allow APPs at CAHs to provide more services or work with less supervision?
- How do APPs at smaller hospitals work differently from their peers at larger hospitals?
- How are they credentialed and privileged?
- How do we peer review them?
- Is it harder to find unbiased assessments at smaller hospitals?
- Can you invite practitioners who work with them at outside organizations to share evidence during your peer review?
Get training tools, sample policies, and additional takeaways
In addition to the expertise and advice in this program, participants will also receive bonus materials via e-mail. These include:
- Slides from the presentation
- Training tools such as customizable PowerPoint presentations
- Sample policies
- FAQ documents
Meet the faculty
Mary J. Hoppa, MD, MBA, CMSL, serves as a senior physician consultant with The Greeley Company, a division of HCPro, Inc. Hoppa draws on 15 years of experience in hospital administration and medical staff leadership in academic and community hospital settings to assist physicians and medical centers in developing effective solutions to their most significant challenges.
Sue Salyer, CPMSM, is the medical staff coordinator at Mercy Medical Center, an acute care hospital in Nampa, Idaho. She has 21 years of experience as a medical staff coordinator; served as past president, president-elect, and secretary of the Idaho Association of Medical Staff Services (IAMSS); and has contributed to several HCPro publications.
Who should participate
Department chairs, medical executive committee chairs, medical executive committee members, credentials committee chairs, credentials committee members, vice presidents for medical affairs, medical staff quality chairs, chief medical officers, credentialing coordinators, medical staff professionals, medical staff directors, credentialing directors, chief medical officers, department chiefs
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