UCHealth Medical Group-North Rangeview Loveland, CO
FT 1.0 FTE 80 hrs bi-weekly
1st Shift - Days
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Coordinates, monitors and performs the medical staff and payer credentials verification process for initial appointments, temporary privileges, and reappointment of physicians and allied health professionals.
Duties and Responsibilities
Collects, reviews and prepares data for final medical staff and allied health professionals credentials review for clinic, hospital and payer environments. Works with providers to obtain any missing information. Processes requests for additions or changes in clinical privileges.
Ensures that requisite licenses, malpractice coverage, and certifications are current for all medical staff members and allied health professionals.
Maintains files on medical and allied health professionals including information related to licensure or clinical practice disciplinary actions, clinical practice restrictions, and medical malpractice suits, judgments and settlements. Provides requested reports as directed.
Maintains current knowledge of and compliance with medical staff accreditation standards with applicable regulatory agencies and licensing standards. Participates in the development and implementation of credentialing policies and procedures.
Working remotely is a possibility.
High school diploma or GED.
Preferred: Credentialing experience.
Preferred: Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist (CPCS) or Certified Professional Medical Staff Management (CPMSM) by the National Association
Medical Staff Services (NAMSS) or Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA).
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Internal Number: 8698
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