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HCPro, Inc., and its sister company, The Greeley Company, offer real-world solutions to meet the challenges of the evolving medical staff by offering expert advice to comply with regulations, ensure physician competence, and achieve high-quality care.

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  • Win a free seat at the Credentialing Resource Center Symposium

    HCPro is constantly striving to deliver the tools you need to make your job easier and more efficient. We cannot do this without hearing from you on a regular basis about how we are doing with the products we provide in the credentialing/medical staff market. Please take a few minutes to fill out this brief survey. When you complete the survey, you will be entered into a raffle for a free seat to the 2015 Credentialing Resource Center Symposium.

  • Unlicensed physician charged with Medicaid fraud

    Authorities have arrested a man, Wellington Liranzo, on charges of Medicaid provider fraud and practicing medicine without a license at the Prime Care Family Health Center in Orlando.

  • Survey: Physician assistants improve healthcare

    An overwhelming majority of patients believe physician assistants (PA) improve quality of healthcare, according to a study conducted by Harris Poll for the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA).

  • CDC releases updated Ebola treatment guidance

    After two nurses at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas were infected with Ebola while treating a patient with the virus, the CDC released stricter infection control guidelines for healthcare workers focused on personal protective equipment (PPE).

  • Editor’s Note

    Dear readers,
    Keeping private information safe seems to be an ongoing battle. I feel like every few weeks I hear news about another data breach or stolen laptop with sensitive data. So how do you keep your information protected? I’m working on a story for the Credentialing and Peer Review Legal Insider newsletter about how MSPs and medical staff leaders keep information safe, especially anything pertaining to peer reviews. If you would like to share thoughts with me, please email me.
    Son Hoang, editor, Medical Staff Leader Insider


  • Poll finds Americans misinformed about Ebola risk

    A recent national poll conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health found that about 90% of Americans incorrectly believe Ebola can be spread through the air if an infected person sneezes or coughs.

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  • A practical approach to criteria-based privileges

    Core Privileges for Physicians, Sixth Edition is on its way! This updated, comprehensive resource contains over 75 physician specialty and subspecialty forms, along with nearly 40 procedure lists corresponding to the specialties and subspecialties. Feel confident knowing the criteria in the forms have been researched and reviewed by privileging experts, saving you the time and hassle of doing so. These forms are downloadable and customizable, so you can edit them to fit your medical staff’s specific needs.

    Developing core privilege forms is a lengthy and complex process that requires weeks of researching specialty medical societies for competency benchmarks. Let us do the research for you. Core Privileges for Physicians, Sixth Edition, contains ready-made forms drafted from The Greeley Company’s best practices and expert research.

    Using these customizable privileging forms, medical staffs will be able to:

    • Meet Joint Commission requirements for criteria-based privileging
    • Develop a starting point for your criteria privilege forms or update your current forms
    • Manage physician competency and criteria-based privileging in an increasingly data-driven environment
    • Eliminate weeks of researching specialty medical societies for competency benchmarks, evaluating data, and creating draft forms
    • Utilize expert insights to develop core forms, design an effective core system, and overcome implementation hurdles

    Click here for more information or to reserve your copy.