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Research and Markets: New Updated 2005 Edition of Credentialing and Privileging Desk Reference A Requirement for Every Medical Staff Office.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of The 2005 Credentialing and Privileging Desk Reference to their offering.

The newly updated edition of the premier credentialing resource for medical staff is here!

It's never been faster or easier to verify your practioners' credentials.

The 2005 Credentialing and Privileging Desk Reference will help you do your job more effectively and efficiently. At over 800 pages, it lists information on medical and allied health professional schools, licensing agencies, specialty boards and associations, and data banks (over 1,500 organizations), and more! It includes each organization's:

-- Verification policies and procedures

-- Verification fees

-- Web site and e-mail addresses

-- Specific contact information

You'll also find newly redesigned reference charts that highlight the roles and responsibilities in credentialing, privileging, managed care, and long-term care. These charts provide a fast and easy way to research issues such as education verification, licensure verification, temporary privileges, emergency privileges, primary source verification, current competence, and more. That's not all. Each reference chart also lists all associated standard numbers from the JCAHO, AOA-HFAP, and Medicare COP.

The updated and expanded edition is a vital resource for every medical staff office!

Stop spending countless hours searching for contact information and verification procedures. As you know, these institutions move offices, alter the price of verification, and adopt new procedures for obtaining verification--such as electronic verification. The 2005 Credentialing and Privileging Desk Reference saves you time and money by including all of these important changes, and more!

What's new in the 2005 Edition?

This year's completely updated edition includes the American Osteopathic Association's 2005-2006 Accreditation Program Requirements for Healthcare Facilities and Medicare's Conditions of Participation specific to credentialing and privileging. Having the online edition is great-it's always up-to-date and saves you even more time!

What's so great about the online version?

-- You can search the entire database quickly and easily.

-- Search at any time, from any computer-there's no software involved!

-- It is updated continuously for virtually up-to-the-minute information.

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Date:Aug 9, 2005
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