Health Law Basics Webinar - Credentialing, Corrective Action and Data Bank Reporting

The processes of credentialing, peer review and reporting to the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) take place to ensure the delivery of quality health care, and are important to facilities and providers alike. These processes are also evolving through new technologies, case decisions and new guidance from governmental agencies. These processes can impact the remainder of a provider’s career and a facility’s liability to patients and providers. A noncompliant process can have significant impacts to all involved, including the potential for judgments in the millions of dollars. In this webinar, Kelly McIntosh will discuss topics including:

  • The credentialing process – reasons for credentialing, types of credentialing, and risks of liability
  • Peer review and corrective action – triggering events, potential responses, the process, and the HCQIA
  • NPDB reporting – when and how to report, and guidance in the new guidebook just released this year

There is no charge for this webinar.

Agenda: Thursday, September 10, 2015
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. MT: Presentation

Location: Webinar only

Kelly McIntosh, Attorney, Holland & Hart LLP

To register online please click here.

Please respond by September 9.

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