Core Privileges for AHPs: Develop and Implement Criteria-Based Privileging for Nonphysician Practitioners, Third Edition

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Core Privileges for AHPs: Develop and Implement Criteria-Based Privileging for Nonphysician Practitioners, Third Edition

Customizable privileging forms for advance practice professionals!

Author: Sally Pelletier, CPMSM, CPCS

Carol S. Cairns, CPMSM, CPCS
Mary J. Hoppa, MD, MBA
Amy Niehaus, CPMSM, CPCS, MBA

Changes in the healthcare delivery landscape and scope-of-practice laws are driving demand for allied health professionals (AHP). However, creating criteria-based privilege forms for AHPs can be a lengthy process, requiring weeks of searching for applicable competency benchmarks. Core Privileges for AHPs contains completely updated, customizable forms drafted from best practices and reviewed by experts in the field. Create a comprehensive and efficient privileging process that saves valuable time while ensuring the delivery of high-quality care.

This book will help you:

  • Save time with downloadable, customizable sample forms
  • Have the confidence your forms were created and reviewed by subject matter experts
  • Provide your medical staff leadership team with valuable information on best practices for AHP “train-up” and competency assessment

Table of Contents

Sample Policy & Procedure for Expansion (“Train Up”) of Privileges for Advanced Practice Professionals (APP)

Section 1: Clinical Privileges for Advanced Practice Nurses

1. Certified Nurse-Midwife Clinical Privileges

2. Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Clinical Privileges

3. Clinical Nurse Specialist Psychiatric/Mental Health Clinical Privileges

4. Nurse Practitioner Acute Care Clinical Privileges

5. Nurse Practitioner Cardiovascular Medicine Clinical Privileges

6. Nurse Practitioner Cardiovascular Surgery Clinical Privileges

7. Nurse Practitioner Critical Care Clinical Privileges

8. Nurse Practitioner Dermatology Clinical Privileges

9. Nurse Practitioner Emergency Medicine Clinical Privileges

10. Nurse Practitioner Neonatology Clinical Privileges

11. Nurse Practitioner Nephrology Clinical Privileges

12. Nurse Practitioner Neurology Clinical Privileges

13. Nurse Practitioner Orthopedic Surgery Clinical Privileges

14. Nurse Practitioner Pediatrics Clinical Privileges

15. Nurse Practitioner Primary Care Clinical Privileges

16. Nurse Practitioner Psychiatric/Mental Health Clinical Privileges

17. Nurse Practitioner Surgical Clinical Privileges

18. Nurse Practitioner Women’s Health Clinical Privileges


Section 2: Clinical Privileges for Physician Assistants

19. Physician Assistant Acute Care Clinical Privileges

20. Physician Assistant Cardiovascular Medicine Clinical Privileges

21. Physician Assistant Cardiovascular Surgery Clinical Privileges

22. Physician Assistant Critical Care Clinical Privileges

23. Physician Assistant Dermatology Clinical Privileges

24. Physician Assistant Emergency Medicine Clinical Privileges

25. Physician Assistant Nephrology Clinical Privileges

26. Physician Assistant Neurosurgery Clinical Privileges

27. Physician Assistant Orthopedic Surgery Clinical Privileges

28. Physician Assistant Pediatrics Clinical Privileges

29. Physician Assistant Primary Care Clinical Privileges

30. Physician Assistant Radiology Clinical Privileges

31. Physician Assistant Surgical Clinical Privileges

32. Physician Assistant Urology Clinical Privileges

33. Physician Assistant Women’s Health Clinical Privileges


Section 3: Clinical Privileges for Non-physician Healthcare Professionals

34. Anesthesiologist Assistant Clinical Privileges

35. Clinical Psychologist Clinical Privileges

36. Pathologist’s Assistant Clinical Privileges

37. Radiologist Assistant Clinical Privileges

38. Registered Nurse First Assistant Clinical Privileges

Meet the Author

Sally Pelletier, CPMSM, CPCS, is advisory consultant and chief credentialing officer with The Greeley Company, Inc., in Danvers, Massachusetts. She brings more than two decades of credentialing and privileging experience to her work with medical staff leaders and MSPs across the nation.

Published: January 2015

Page count: 366
Dimensions: 8.5x11
ISBN: 978-1-55645-292-5