Clinical Excellence Starts with Privileging

Today’s health systems, hospitals, and health plans are under pressure to provide improved care at a lower cost. Patients have more access to information than ever before, and more choice when it comes to selecting their healthcare. And, new care delivery models are emerging every day. Collectively, these factors and other trends are driving an urgent need for health systems and health plans to rigorously assess the clinical competency of their providers.


Privilege for Health Systems, Hospitals, and Health Plans

Verity Privilege kicks off the clinical competency lifecycle by standardizing and automating the process of delineating, granting, sharing, monitoring, and evaluating privilege activity. With Privilege, you receive access to the industry’s largest library of delineated privileges for hundreds of adult and pediatric specialties, including physician, advanced practice professional, and non-physician specialties. Privilege eliminates the need to conduct time-consuming research on new procedures and to confirm that privilege forms contain the most up-to-date content and qualifications required.

 

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Standardizing Privileges in a Health System: What it Takes to be Successful

Feb 12, 2019, 16:42 PM by Wendy Nixx
During this webinar, you will understand how INTEGRIS HEALTH was successful at standardizing privileges within their health system.

Presenters:
Vicki L. Searcy, Vice President, Client Success Services and Consulting, Verity, A HealthStream Company 
Mendy Koscinski, System Director of Provider Services and Quality, INTEGRIS Health,
Kim McBride, System Manager, Medical Staff Quality. INTEGRIS Health


Many health systems are interested in standardizing some or all their privileges across the health system. In this webinar, you will hear from Vicki L. Searcy, Vice President, Client Success Services and Consulting, Verity, A HealthStream Company and from INTEGRIS Health representatives Mendy Koscinski, System Director of Provider Services and Quality, and Kim McBride, System Manager, Medical Staff Quality who have begun that journey and the benefits that they intend to experience.


Vicki will present information about:


  • What is occurring in the industry related to privileging standardization
  • Elements of a successful project structure

Mendy and Kim will share:


  • What it took to make the decision to standardize privileges at INTEGRIS
  • How they gained leadership buy in for standardizing privileges throughout their organization
  • What it takes to be successful
  • Lessons learned so far.