Responsible for the organized medical staff and its committees, services and/or departments to ensure compliance with medical staff governing documents and state and federal requirements and applicable accreditation standards. Facilitates all aspects of credentialing, including appointment, reappointment and privileging for the medical staff. Represents administrative issues successfully to influence collaboration between physicians and hospital management. Interacts with Quality management/Peer Review and physicians to use relevant data to enable identification of practitioners who may not meet the standard of care for the hospital. Manages communications of the organized medical staff. Collaborates with other Medical Staff Offices and the Credentials Office to create and implement efficient, effective policies and criteria governing credentialing and medical staff operations.
High School Grad or Equivalent
Required: Credentialing - 3 years, Medical Staff Relations - 3 years
Preferred: None, unless noted in the “Other” section below
None, unless noted in the “Other” section below
Required: Communication, Complex Problem Solving, Coordination, Quality Control Analysis, Service Orientation, Technology/Computer
2 years of completed college coursework required, bachelor's degree preferred. 3 to 5 years of medical staff affairs OR credentialing experience required in any setting. Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist (CPCS) preferred. Must complete bachelors degree within 3 years of employment.