• Ensured that medical staff members maintained current credentials and licenses, demonstrating foresight to prevent any lapses in operations.
  • Monitored upcoming renewal dates and provided advice to medical staff on the necessary steps to maintain their credentials, effectively preventing any certification shortfalls.
  • Assumed the ancillary duty of Conscious Sedation and Education and Training Officer for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), contributing to the comprehensive care provided to patients.
  • Managed the credentialing process for all 47 staff members while simultaneously conducting compliance audits of training records and ensuring compliance for accreditation.
  • Maintained 14 IDC portfolios, ensuring 100% credentialing in accordance with OPNAV and III MEF instructions.
  • Conducted a comprehensive review of the nurse credentialing process, increasing its efficacy by 75% and achieving 100% compliance and readiness for 54 nurses.
  • Vetted 13 applications as the Nurse Credentials Manager and successfully certified five critical hires, ensuring the continuity of a $4.5 million services contract.
  • Transformed the Credentials Program from a critical rating to an outstanding rating within a span of 120 days.
  • Trained and qualified oneself on the Centralized Credentials Quality Assurance System (CCQAS) program, which played a key role in achieving an excellent rating.
  • Identified a training shortfall in ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) and took sole responsibility for providing credentialing and maintaining unit personnel at 100% readiness.
  • Reviewed 11,000 diagnostic imaging reports for five Radiologists across five medical treatment facilities, preventing the potential loss of credentialing for a medical doctor.
  • Streamlined the nurse credentialing process, resulting in her appointment as the Group Nursing Centralized Credentials QA Officer in Charge and enhancing the overall efficiency.
  • Assisted with the management of 15 provider credentialing files, reporting deficiencies, and developing and offering solutions to prevent any reduction in readiness.
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