Credentialing, Recredentialing, and Privileging Webinar Series
All North Dakota Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) receive a complimentary registration for the entire series, however a limit of 4 individual attendees applies.
This education project is supported by funding from the North Dakota Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility Program, administered by the Center for Rural Health at the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
NDHA member registration fee is $450 for the entire series, or $80 per individual webinar. These are “per facility” registration fees, however a limit of 4 individual attendees. dakotAMSS members may register using NDHA member rates.
Non-member registration fee is $750 for the entire series, or $110 per individual webinar. These are “per organization” registration fees, however a limit of 4 individual attendees.
If you are wanting to register for only certain individual webinars and not the entire series, please register but also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating which webinars you wish to register for.
If you are unable to participate on any live webinar dates, recordings of each webinar will be available for facility’s that are registered.
Webinar #1 & 2: Credentialing, Recredentialing, and Privileging Basics – Overview (2-parts)
Part 1: 10:30 – Noon Central time
Part 2: 1:30 – 3:00 Central time
Webinar #3: CMS Credentialing and Privileging Requirements for Hospitals and Critical Access Hospitals
Date: 12/6/22 | 10:30 – Noon Central time
Webinar #4: Understanding Telemedicine Credentialing Options
Date: 12/8/22 | 10:30 – Noon Central time
Webinar #5: Understanding Negligence in Credentialing
Date: 12/13/22 | 10:30 – Noon Central time
Webinar #6: Documenting Provider Competency
Date: 12/14/22 | 10:30 – Noon Central time
Speaker: Kathy Matzka, CPMSM, CPCS is a speaker, consultant, and writer with over 20 years of experience in credentialing, privileging, and medical staff services. She holds certification by the National Association Medical Staff Services (NAMSS) in both Medical Staff Management and Provider Credentialing. Kathy has authored a number of books related to medical staff services. She is a highly regarded industry speaker, and in this role has developed and presented numerous programs for professional associations, hospitals, and hospital associations on a wide range of topics including provider credentialing and privileging, medical staff meeting management, peer review, negligent credentialing, provider competency, and accreditation standards.