HCPro announces the Credentialing Resource Center's new website!

Press Releases, April 15, 2015

HCPro has just announced the launch of the Credentialing Resource Center (CRC)'s brand-new website. Boasting easy-to-navigate functionality and upgraded search capabilities, an expanded core privileging form library, hundreds of new/updated white papers, and a fresh new design, the CRC is a must-have resource for MSPs and physician leaders.

A membership to the CRC provides credentialing and medical staff professionals with a searchable database of continuously updated tools, best practice strategies, and compliance tips developed by industry experts. With three levels of membership, medical staff professionals can choose the level of access that best suits their needs.

CRC Basic, the first level of membership, is powered by the Credentialing Resource Center Journal, a monthly publication that offers expert advice on improving credentialing and privileging processes. In addition, members receive access to more than 270 Clinical Privilege White Papers to help in the development of clinical privilege criteria; 20 expertly developed and customizable core privileging forms; policies and tools based on top-quality research; and breaking coverage of key issues affecting medical staff services professionals and physician leaders. CRC Basic members can also connect with other members through “Medical Staff Talk,” an active talk group, to share tips, tools, and lessons learned; and keep up on the latest news with Credentialing Resource Center Daily, a daily electronic newsletter.

The next level of membership, CRC Platinum, includes all the benefits of CRC Basic and gives members access to a directory of contact information and primary source verification request procedures for more than 5,300 organizations, plus an expanded library of 115 expertly developed specialty and subspecialty core privileging forms.

The highest level of membership, CRC Platinum Plus, includes all the benefits of CRC Platinum, and provides support and education to medical staff leaders and advanced medical staff professionals. The Platinum Plus level not only provides the tools to address credentialing and privileging challenges, but also tackles peer review, physician leadership training, medical staff/hospital relationships, and legal issues by providing members access to guidance, tools, and tips delivered by monthly publications Medical Staff Briefing and Credentialing and Peer Review Legal Insider.

For more information, please visit www.credentialingresourcecenter.com.