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Core privileges for AHPs: Develop and implement criteria-based privileging for nonphysician practitioners. HCPro, Inc.; 2015. 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.
(Call No. Med Staff 113-093 2015)
Allied health professionals competencies: A method for effective assessment. John R. Rosing and Cindy Gassiot. HCPro, Inc.; 2005. Performance monitoring your AHPs is one of your MSO's most challenging and problematic tasks. TJC says that your process must be an "effective, efficient and equivalent process" to how you assess your medical staff. These requirements apply to physician assistants, advance practice registered nurses, nurse midwives, nurse anesthetists, nurse practitioners, and clinical nurse specialists—including those who are hospital employees.
(Call No. Med Staff 113-077)
Core privileges for AHPs: A practical approach to developing and implementing criteria-based privileges. HCPro, Inc.; 2008. The book and CD-ROM set provide 29 ready-to-use, adaptable core privileging forms for nonphysician practitioners, steps to successfully convert to the core privileging process, information on how to tie practitioners’ privileges to competency, criteria for special procedures, or requests beyond the core, data on maintenance of privileges, proctoring, FPPE, and a tried-and-true policy document for credentialing and privileging AHPs.
(Call No. Med Staff 113-093)