Credentialing & Corrective Action: Complying with the Revised NPDB Guidelines

webinar Credentialing & Corrective Action: Complying with the Revised NPDB Guidelines

You Will Learn:

  • New guidelines, which include expanded definitions of “investigations” that can trigger reports to the NPDB,
  • What to report to the NPDB regarding peer review, credentialing, and malpractice, and
  • Changes your facility should make regarding focused professional practice evaluations (FPPEs).
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$269.00
 

In April 2015, the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) published its first new guidebook in 13 years.

With perceived loopholes narrowed, and new reporting rules, now is the time for hospitals and healthcare organizations to tweak or create policies that will keep them compliant.

This highly practical webinar will review:

  • New guidelines, which include expanded definitions of “investigations” that can trigger reports to the NPDB,
  • What to report to the NPDB regarding peer review, credentialing, and malpractice, and
  • Changes your facility should make regarding focused professional practice evaluations (FPPEs).

Learning Objectives

During the information-packed session, you will learn insights, hard realities, and risk management best practices for reporting to and querying the NPBD.  You’ll also learn:

  • What changed in the latest NPDB guidebook
  • How the NPDB defines an “investigation”
  • Which type of events must be reported to the NPBD
  • Which medical staff activities constitute a reportable investigation
  • How the latest requirements affect medical staff professionals
  • Real life NPDB reporting policy best practices
  • Circumstances that warrant a NPDB query
  • How NPDB reporting applies to advanced practice professionals (APP) and non-physicians.

Product ID: 6604

Learn Risk Management Best Bractices for Reporting To and Querying the NPBD!

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Faculty

William H. Maruca
William H. Maruca
Partner, Fox Rothschild LLP

Knowledgeable about health care reform, Bill frequently helps clients sort through myriad issues and changes stemming from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.

Learn Risk Management Best Bractices for Reporting To and Querying the NPBD!

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