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What is a CME Listing and Why is it Necessary?

CME (another acronym in our credentialing world) stands for Continuing Medical Education and is used to qualify/determine current clinical competency of the provider.  Different providers require different levels of CME activity. For new physician graduates we typically get this information … Continue reading

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Different Credentialing Models for Different Cultures

Sometimes it is hard to admit how long you’ve been doing credentialing.  For me personally, it dates back 20+ years.  Through the years, I’ve seen several credentialing models.  Some have been effective and others have failed.  Credentialing models are primarily … Continue reading

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