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

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

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. The issue is even more complicated with AHPs because state and facility regulations regarding level of independence vary.

The all new Core Privileges for AHPs: Develop and Implement Criteria-Based Privileging for Nonphysician Practitioners, Fourth Edition, 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
  • Develop a starting point for your criteria privilege forms or update your current 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

Published: October 2020

Page count: 758
Dimensions: 8.5x11 Spiral
ISBN: 978-1-68308-832-5

Table of Contents

Section 1: Clinical Privileges for Advanced Practice

Certified Nurse-Midwife Clinical Privileges
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Clinical Privileges
Clinical Nurse Specialist Psychiatric/Mental Health Clinical Privileges
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Acute Care
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Cardiovascular Medicine
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Cardiovascular Surgery
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Critical Care
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Dermatology
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Emergency Medicine
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Gastroenterology
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Neonatology
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Nephrology
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Neurology
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Orthopedic Surgery
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Pediatrics
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Primary Care
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Psychiatric/Mental Health
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Radiology
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Surgical
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Urology
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Privileges—Women’s Health 

Section 2: Clinical Privileges for Physician Assistants

Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Acute Care
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Cardiovascular Medicine
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Cardiovascular Surgery
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Critical Care
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Dermatology
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Emergency Medicine
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Gastroenterology
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Neonatology
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Nephrology
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Neurosurgery
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Orthopedic Surgery
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Pediatrics
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Primary Care
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Psychiatric/Mental Health
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Radiology
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Surgical
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Urology
Physician Assistant Clinical Privileges—Women’s Health 

Section 3: Clinical Privileges for Other Non-physician Healthcare Professionals

Anesthesiologist Assistant Clinical Privileges
Clinical Psychologist Clinical Privileges
Pathologists’ Assistant Clinical Privileges
Radiologist Assistant Clinical Privileges
Registered Nurse First Assistant Clinical Privileges

About the Author

Maggie Palmer, MSA, CPCS, CPMSM, is a healthcare administration professional with over 24 years of experience in medical staff services and numerous other areas of healthcare. Palmer is currently the vice president of medical staff professional services and regulatory affairs at Parkland Health & Hospital System in Dallas. Palmer’s previous experience includes vice president of medical staff and clinical contractor services at IntelliCentrics, national director of credentialing for Tenet Health in Dallas, director at Scripps Health in San Diego, executive director of Hawaii Credential Verification Service, credentials specialist at Castle Medical Center, and Straub Clinic and Hospital. She has also served as a consultant and interim medical staff director in various organizations across the United States. Palmer currently serves as faculty for the National Association Medical Staff Services. Palmer is a member on the HCPro Advisory Board for Credentialing Resource Center.