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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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  • Your guide to building an effective proctoring program

    Even as regulators and the public demand more verification of physician competence, physicians have less time—and are less willing—to perform competence assessments and undergo monitoring. With this in mind, medical staffs must develop proctoring and precepting plans that are effective and efficient. Proctoring, FPPE, and Practitioner Competency Assessment: A Clinical Leader’s Guide outlines the steps involved in proctoring, best methods for proctoring, and how to complete assessments. Author Todd Sagin, MD, JD, will help physician leaders and MSPs develop a proctoring program that physicians support.

    This guide contains sample forms and checklists that medical staffs can use to conduct proctoring. MSPs and physician leaders will also find answers to common medical staff questions, such as the difference between proctoring and precepting, how ongoing professional practice evaluation (OPPE) and focused professional practice evaluation (FPPE) relate to proctoring, and how proctoring differs from peer review.

    Available in September. For more information or to order your copy, click here.

  • Surgeons, reviewers happy with 360-degree evaluations

    The use of 360-degree evaluations can provide a practical, systematic, and subjectively-accurate assessment of surgeon performance without undue reviewer burden, says an article in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons.

  • Resident survey reveals good relationships with physicians, AHPs

    A survey conducted by Medscape with residents may shed some light into the future of healthcare. More than 1,700 residents responded to the Residents Salary & Debt Report 2015.

  • Physicians asking to #FIXEHR

    The AMA is encouraging physicians to share their stories about their experiences with EHRs and Meaningful Use by posting on a new website created for this purpose.

  • Heard this week

    "It's a completely different experience when you're sick and able to stay in your pajamas. Someone comes to your home, they're kind to you, they answer all your questions and give you all the time you need."

    - Sarah Sheehan, discusses the benefits of Pager, a service that sends physicians to patients’ homes.

  • Editor’s note

    Dear readers,

    Is the traditional house call coming back? An article from the Associated Press talks about the emergence of companies providing physician house calls to sick patients. The companies operate through phone apps and are currently only available in a few major cities. However, if they gain popularity, I could see these services popping up everywhere. Do you think these services are a good idea? Would you like to visit patients in their homes? Let me know.

    Thanks for reading!

    Son Hoang, editor, Medical Staff Leader Insider

Credentialing Resource Center Blog


  • Credentialing Resource Center Symposium

     The 2015 Credentialing Resource Center Symposium will deliver comprehensive credentialing, privileging, and competency education in an innovative, engaging learning environment:

    • We’ve partnered with the industry’s top educators to create an education experience that encourages discussion and collaborative problem-solving amongst speakers and attendees
    • Forget about canned presentations. We’ve created an agenda that ensures each presentation builds on the one before. Medical staff professionals and physician leaders will walk away with a complete understanding of the credentialing, privileging, and competence assessment process.
    • Medical staff services professionals and physician leaders will work together to apply the best practices shared by the speakers to their own organizations to make tangible improvements

    The CRC Symposium is the result of more than 20 years of best-in-class medical staff education and training!

    The 2015 CRC Symposium delivers two days of engaging education and training taught by leading credentialing and medical staff experts. MSPs and physician leaders will focus on building and fostering collaboration for more effective medical staff. In-depth sessions and inspiring keynotes will address a spectrum of topics from credentialing and peer review in the outpatient world and handling disruptive physician behavior, to your role in the emerging medical staff model, the place for APRNs and PAs on the care team, and so much more.

    Click here for more information or to register!