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  • Is it just me, or does anyone else find it funny that your email looking for a way to reduce redundancy came to us 5 times? Have a great day!
  • Yes. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3001 Hospital Drive Cheverly, MD 20785 Phone: 301-618-3551 Fax: 301-618-3938 Jennifer.Bell@dimensionshealth.org
  • Yes. He signs all recommendations for reappointment, initial privileges, new privilege requests, and change in status requests. Then the President of the Medical Staff and Board rep sign. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prin…
  • What I love the most about E-priv is that you can have several different users/passwords and set each for different data fields to be viewed. We have had MD-Staff since December 2014. Love it for the most part. We still have difficulty sending …
  • Our Vice President of Medical Affairs is the Chair of the Graduate Medical Education Committee, and is our DIO. He sits as an ex-officio member of the MEC. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3…
  • We do not have any optometrists on staff. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3001 Hospital Drive Cheverly, MD 20785 Phone: 301-618-3551 Fax: 301-618-3938
    in Survey Comment by jbell79 October 2015
  • Initial Appointment: only employed or contracted....not private. Reappointment: No Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3001 Hospital Drive Cheverly, MD 20785 Phone: 301-618-3551 Fax: 301-618-…
  • It is a Medical Staff Committee under our Bylaws, but is supported by the Medical Education Department. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3001 Hospital Drive Cheverly, MD 20785 Phone: 301-618-3…
  • Ditto here. And yes, approximately 5 years ago, I approached this with my Medical Staff. Their thought was that since they didn't have any 'real guidelines' on what to do with the information that might be received with a CBC, they didn't want to …
  • Maybe your rules should flip the responsibility to the practitioner to get the proctor to fill out the forms. Then it would make more sense to take action on the practitioner if the forms are not completed. I think you'd have a lawsuit on your han…
    in FPPE Comment by jbell79 July 2014
  • We've never done this for our APN's.....the CNO only has 'oversight' for the employed APN's, not the private ones. What regulation is she citing? CMS? TJC? Thank you. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hosp…
    in APNs Comment by jbell79 July 2014
  • We do. It pulls in 'live' from my credentialing software. Our MIS department works with our software vendor just to maintain it on our internet site. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3001 …
  • In Maryland, it is a COMAR regulation and starts with the Maryland Department of the Environment. You may want to look to your State regs for the answer. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3001 H…
  • A few. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3001 Hospital Drive Cheverly, MD 20785 Phone: 301-618-3551 Fax: 301-618-3556
  • Our Refer and Review are 'no privileges whatsoever'. We do not refer patients to them, they may refer patients to our hospital. Since they have no privileges, we do not need to have quality data to reappointment them. They hold membership only. …
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  • Non-immigrant visa for professionals only (need to identify who work sponsor is). Be careful that the practitioner is working at your institution on behalf of the sponsor. Here's more from Wikipedia.... "The H-1B is a non-immigrant visa in the Un…
  • I haven't received it. Can you resend? Thanks. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3001 Hospital Drive Cheverly, MD 20785 Phone: 301-618-3551 Fax: 301-618-3556
  • The 'Serenity Prayer' fits the occasion! Good luck! Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3001 Hospital Drive Cheverly, MD 20785 Phone: 301-618-3551 Fax: 301-618-3556
    in Pray! Comment by jbell79 January 2013
  • We have a policy that requires that every physician list a PRIMARY contact phone number in our system - which, if they are not available, directs the caller to them or their back up coverage. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affair…
  • I will be on vacation until Wednesday, January 2, 2013. If you need immediate assistance, please contact the Medical Staff Office at (301)618-3550. Happy New Year! Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Cen…
  • We do not use one. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3001 Hospital Drive Cheverly, MD 20785 Phone: 301-618-3551 Fax: 301-618-3556
  • All the way to the Board. Jennifer Bell, CPMSM, CPCS Director, Medical Affairs Prince George's Hospital Center 3001 Hospital Drive Cheverly, MD 20785 Phone: 301-618-3551 Fax: 301-618-3556