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Medical Staff Coordinator - Rady Children’s Hospital - San Diego, CA

Posted on September 4th, 2014


For 60 years, the employees of Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego have helped to make us the region’s trusted source for quality pediatric care. Rady Children's is one of only eight children's hospitals in the country with all 10 specialties ranked by U.S. News & World Report in the top 30.

In accordance with the Joint Commission, State, Medical Staff, Hospital Standards, and legal requirements, the Medical Staff Coordinator obtains, verifies and analyzes all information on medical staff applicants for membership and privileges, and for reappointment. Facilitates review by medical staff and hospital leadership. Facilitates review and approval of Ongoing Professional Practice Evaluation for practitioners with privileges. Interfaces with medical staff officers and leaders, hospital leadership and chairs of supported hospital and medical staff committees and departments to ensure that issues requiring action are reviewed in a timely manner and results are documented and disseminated to the appropriate parties for further review/action, information, education, and/or completion. Schedules and supports medical staff committee and department meetings as assigned. Oversees the completion and adequacy of proctoring and privileging, and ensures that physician privileges granted are based on adequate documentation of background and training, experience, and current clinical competence.


• High School Diploma, GED or foreign equivalent
• Three years of experience, preferably in an Acute Care organization
• Certification as Certified Provider in Credentialing Specialist (CPCS), Certified Professional in Medical Services Management (CPMSM) or equivalent college courses
• Demonstrated knowledge of accreditation principles, credentialing requirements/regulations related to an acute care facility.
• Two years of experience in the preparation of Medical Staff meeting agendas, minutes and follow-up correspondence.
• Working knowledge of regulatory standards in the healthcare industry

Preferred Qualifications:
• Associate's Degree in medical staff sciences or health sciences
• Five years of experience
• Knowledge of Medical Staff Credentialing Software to support appointment, reappointment and re-credentialing cycles of the Medical Staff, i.e. MD Staff, ECHO, Meditech

To apply for this position: Please visit us online at:

Medical Staff Coordinator - Dignity Health: St. Mary's Medical Center - San Francisco, CA

Posted on August 20th, 2014


At Dignity Health, the Medical Staff Coordinator, and all staff, apply the company's Core Values to the performance of every job duty.  These Values include: Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.

This position is responsible for supporting the Medical Staff leadership in fulfilling its credentialing responsibilities in a manner that meets and/or exceeds accreditation agency and regulatory body requirements.  This position supports Medical Staff Committees as delegated and acts as Manager in the Manager’s absence.


St. Mary’s Medical Center is a full-service acute care facility with more than 575 physicians and 1,100 employees who provide high-quality and affordable health care services to the Bay Area community. Home to advanced medical practices, such as the nation’s first digital cardiac catheterization laboratory, pioneering spine surgery and comprehensive rehabilitation, St. Mary’s Medical Center is one of San Francisco’s leading hospitals, offering patients a full range of outpatient and inpatient services delivered with the human touch. Strategies and business development are centered around Oncology Services, Cardiac Services and Orthopedics.


  • High school graduate or equivalent with a minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience within the health care environment.
  • Previous experience with and understanding of accreditation program activities highly desirable.
  • Certification (CPMSM or CPCS) by the National Association of Medical Staff Services preferred.

To apply for this position: Please visit our website at

Manager, Integrated Credentialing Office - Keck Medicine of USC - Los Angeles, CA

Posted on July 2nd, 2014


Keck Medicine of USC is looking for a Manager to oversee the daily operations of the Integrated Credentialing Office. This position is responsible for the daily operations of the Integrated Credentialing Office (ICO), a function which provides system-wide primary source verification information to hospitals for USC clients Medical Staff practitioners including initial applications, reinstatements, and reappointments. Ensures excellent service in all areas. Provides guidance and motivation to staff to identify activities that can be streamlined and automated.
Assists in development of effective credentialing policies, procedures and processes and implements applicable policies and processes within ICO. Ensures compliance with regulatory requirements related to credentialing (such as JCAHO, DNV, NCQA, Title 22, CMS,  OIG and NPDB). Coordinates and manages payor audits.  Ensures processes are timely and accurate. Oversees system-wide data dictionary, user training within ICO and throughout the Keck Medicine of USC system (i.e. Medical Staff Services Offices) as appropriate, for sharing of appropriate database information with Health System departments and systems, and interfacing with IT for software upgrades and maintenance. Responsibilities include expense management. Responsible for maintaining productivity standards and ensuring adequate staffing through seasonal credentialing demands. 


Minimum Qualifications
A Bachelors of Arts or Science is required.  5 years experience with credentialing including at least 2 years in a managerial role in a medical staff or credentialing office is required..  Thorough knowledge of TJC, DNV, NCQA, Title 22, CMS standards is necessary.  Certified “Certified Professional Medical Services Management” (CPMSM) by the National Association Medical Staff Services (NAMSS) or NAMSS “Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist” (CPCS) required.

To apply for this position: If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply online at
You may also e-mail your resume to David Zandueta at

Director, Credentials Verification Department - UCLA Health, Los Angeles, CA

Posted on July 2nd, 2014


At UCLA Health, every member of our team stands behind our Service Promise: “I will always keep my commitment to care, as I have been entrusted by patients, colleagues, and society.” As a UCLA Health Leader, you will play an integral role in inspiring our team to honor the commitment they make to the care of our patients and each other. We offer a wide range of challenging leadership opportunities, including the following:

In this position, you’ll direct the daily operations of a Credentials Verification Department that serves various hospitals and medical centers throughout our health system. This will involve training, supervising and evaluating the performance of assigned staff; overseeing the implementation and ongoing operation of electronic credentialing software; developing and managing the departmental budget; and ensuring compliance with all applicable accreditation and regulatory requirements.                   


To qualify, you must have current CPMSM or CPCS certification, along with previous experience in the management of medical/professional staff and physician/allied health professional credentialing operations. Experience should include personnel supervision, database development and management (with a particular emphasis on medical staff credentialing software), and budget creation and monitoring. A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field is also required, as is proficiency with Microsoft Office software.

To apply for this position:
Apply directly at For more information, visit or contact Bella Aivazian at

Medical Staff Coordinator - Kaiser Permanente - Woodland Hills, CA

Posted on June 28th, 2014


In this role, you will initiate the appointment/credentialing and reappointment/re-credentialing procedure, compiling and processing data in compliance with local, regional, state and federal accreditation requirements. It will be your responsibility to ensure the thorough and timely verification and documentation of licensed independent practitioner's and allied health professional staff credentials and privileges according to local and regional medical staff services policies and procedures for practitioners in both the hospital and/or ambulatory settings. Other duties will include supporting professional staff committee meetings by preparing agendas, recording minutes, and follow-up; initiating the proctoring function; tracking residents/medical students; and acting as a resource for physicians, allied health professionals, medical center leadership, and patients.

Other duties include collaborating with regional professional recruitment personnel and regional credentialing personnel to ensure timely credentialing prior to employment, as well as maintaining a computerized database of practitioner data for use in the medical staff service program to assure data for all credentialed and privileged practitioners is consistently accurate and current. Additionally, you will implement efficient and effective communication systems for transmission of electronic practitioner data to other users in the medical center, as well as a system of shared data to regional and other local sites to facilitate timely approval for professional staff appointments.


Requirements for this position include the following:

  • AA degree or equivalent experience; bachelor's degree preferred
  • The Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist (CPCS) certification OR three to five years demonstrated knowledge of medical staff service functions related to credentialing/privileging, preferred
  • Proficient with computers and use of medical staff database
  • Proficient with medical terminology
  • Significant knowledge of federal and state regulatory requirements and accreditation standards (i.e., The Joint Commission, National Committee for Quality Assurance, Department of Corrections,  Department of Health Care Services, The Department of Managed Health Care, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, and Title 22)
  • Strong organization, communication and written skills, with attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability to function independently with minimal direct supervision

To apply for this position: For immediate consideration, please e-mail your resume to or visit for complete qualifications and job submission details, referencing job number 259390.  Principals only. EEO/AA/M/F/Disability/Vet Employer

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