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CCH Board Meeting May 2016 @ Community Health Center (Stout Street)

May 3, 2016

Finance Committee meeting always precedes the BOARD MEETING

JDS Professional Group –  for year Ended December 31,  2015

93 million increase in assets  increased  million from year before

cash up $77,000.00

medicare and medicaid increased but insufficiently

development fees for construction of properties

long-term as opposed to short requirements in 2015

North Colorado Station increased fees substantially

historically we followed legal document  states when developer fees are paid.

75% fee earned on completion of the property  decided to book revenue on percentage of the completion 4.2 million

there were no issues the audit was successful

liabilities 57 million  3 million Kresgee downtown lofts 1.3 million parking lot?

receiveables

payable

line of credit long-term

35 million unrestricted funding

temporary restricted you don’t have the $ in hand

total support and revenue 54 million dollars  281,000 2.6% decrease from the year before

less federal contracts by 4 million  off set by revenue from Stout Street  program income

5 million HRSA grant 2014 and 2013  2 service grants  expired  1 million dollars

supportive housing grants were down   229 K  related to Health Care Center

 

expenses increased 653 K  or 1%  in health care

housing down over 1 million

change of assets 1.5 million $  

brought in less restricted money last year.

for every dollar .91 cents go toward the mission

depreciation 1.9 million dollars expense  then this would be higher by this amount

420K  sale of Garfield property

paid down 450K line of credit

10 property audits

approved funding for Ft. Lyon yet not received

 

end of the finance committee meeting

 

 

AGENDA  MAY  4  2016

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

Stout Street Health Center – Community Education Room

2130 Stout Street

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

4:00 – 6:00 pm.

Call in info: 303.291.6940 Bridge #9596

 

 

4:00 – 4:05 I.     Approval of April Minutes

 

4:05 – 4:30           II.     Finance Report – Virginia  

  • Presentation of the 2015 Consolidated Audit by JDS
  • March 2016 Financials

 

4:30 – 4:50          III.     2015 UDS Report Highlights – Mary Lea and Mandy

 

4:50 – 5:05          IV.     Program Committee Report – Charles

  • Approval of Quality Assurance Plan
  • Approval of Updated Credentialing and Privileging Policy and Procedure

 

5:05 – 5:10            V.     Consumer Advisory Board Report – Tanger Jones (TJ)  

 

 

5:10 – 5:20           VI.     Strategic Plan Adoption – Jennifer

 

5:20 – 5:30 VII. Resource Development Report – Jynx

 

5:30– 5:40          VIII.     President’s Report – John

  • Denver Social Impact Bond Update
  • Organizational Development Update
  • Denver Street Sweeps

 

5:40– 5:45            IX. Renaissance Housing Development Corp. Report – John

  • Renaissance Downtown Lofts Update


5:45 – 6:00             X. Executive Session

 

Recorder: Tristzette Morton

 

Present: T.R. Reid, Virginia Berkeley, Jennifer Bettridge, Darrell Brown, Laray Kraeplin Randle Loeb,  Jynx Messacar, Charles Savage, *Leanne Wheeler, Jim Winston

 

Absent: Chris Bates, Jay Brown, Peter Calamari, James Davis, Jeremy Hotsenpiller, Tanger Jones, Meshach Rhoades, TaRhonda Thomas,

 

Staff Attending: Louise Boris, Stan Eilert, John Parvensky, Pete Stoller, Mandy May

 

*Attended by conference call

 

Meeting brought to order at 4:10 PM AGENDA ITEMS:

 

TR Reid facilitated the meeting due to Jay Brown’s absence.

 

  • Approval of Minutes

 

Minutes from the March 1, 2015 meeting were reviewed.  Virginia motioned to accept the minutes.  It was seconded by Randle. All were in favor; motion carried.

 

  • Executive Committee

 

No committee update provided.  

 

  • Finance Report – Virginia Berkeley and Pete Stoller

 

(Refer to Finance Committee handouts for details.)

February Financial Statements

The February Financial Statements were reviewed. Increase in Net Assets for two months ended February 29, 2016 was ($74,794) as compared to a budgeted gain of ($113,181).  

Medicaid/care revenue was $1.9M through February, under budget by ($121K).  There were 4,503 Medicaid encounters in February for a total of 8,607 encounters through February 2016.

Contribution revenue is $219K through February, under budget by $65K.   

The balance on the line of credit as of February 29th decreased to $900,000.

There was further discussion regarding the expiration of the Tax Credits at OBL (Off Broadway Lofts) and the request to exit early, and how it affects the budget.  

The audit for CCH and RPMC (Renaissance Property Management Corporation) is underway and expected to be completed by the end of the month.  Virginia Berkeley asked if there will be any material surprises in the audit and was told currently there are no red flags. A review of the audit results by the Board will be conducted during the May Board of Directors meeting.

John reported the sale of the Garfield property on March 1st for $485,000. After payment of the balance and fees, net profit was $430,000.  The extra income is targeted to pay down the Kresge loan.     

A formal proposal has been submitted to Kresge for the program related investment repayment, requesting extension of the term by two years, with principal payments of $1 million in 2016, 2017, and 2018. The proposal is currently being reviewed. John expects to learn of the next steps later this month.  

John shared with the Board the conversation he had with Northern Trust Bank, an investor in the Social Impact Bond. They spoke about their interest in providing additional support to CCH. As the budget grows John believes additional working capital may be useful on the housing development side. The Board’s consent to explore a partnership with the Northern Trust Bank was requested.  

After discussion, the sense of the Board was to explore options to partner with Northern Trust.   

 

  • Program Committee Report – Charles

 

(Refer to Program Committee minutes for details.)

Charles Savage gave a brief synopsis of the Title X Family Planning program.  He explained that while the program appears to be small, the program provided services to 458 patients in 2015. The primary goal of the program is to decrease the number of unwanted pregnancies.  

Charles also reported that Professor Roy Wood from the Denver University was undertaking a feasibility study of conducting a report on the SSHC (Stout Street Health Center).  If the study proves favorable, the group involved will make a presentation to the Board.

 

  • Consumer Advisory Board Report John

 

(Refer to CAB minutes for details.)

John reported some members of the CAB attended the National Health Care for the Homeless Council (NHCHC) regional training held in Denver last week.  He also reported that TJ will be among two representatives at the National Health Care for the Homeless Conference at the end of May, held in Oregon.   

 

  • Resource Development – Jynx

 

(Refer to handouts for details.)

The Report to the Board of Directors handout was reviewed.  It was reported that Donor cultivation and development is underway, and foundation grants are off to a good start with a $200,000 two-year commitment by the Colorado Health Foundation to the Ft. Lyon program.  

The annual wine event has been re-branded as Sip City 2016.  Hold the Date cards were mailed to 6,000 donors and individual ticket purchases have been made as a result of the mailing.  Invitations are expected to be mailed the week of April 25th.  It was announced that 16 labels from the Orin Swift Company will be served at the event.  Reggie Rivers will serve as emcee and auctioneer.    

 

  • President’s Report – John

 

Social Impact Bond (SIB)

The Social Impact Bond (SIB) has been finalized and funding has been released.  John gave a brief overview of the two tier structure of payment and reported the first quarterly payment has been received; second payment is due soon.  

John discussed the Social Impact Bond dashboard with the Board and shared some of the obstacles identified to date in the program, and how success is being evaluated.        

Organizational Development Update

A draft copy of the 2016-2018 Strategic Goals was distributed and reviewed.  John reminded the Board of the purpose of the six Organizational Development Workgroups and who each of their executive team representatives are. Mandy May and Kert Hubin will lead the coordination of the project.

The Board Strategic Planning Workgroup will convene to review draft strategic goals and discuss Balanced Scorecard approach for monitoring and reporting progress on Tuesday, 4/12 at 3PM; 2nd floor conference room at Champa.  Jennifer discussed what the goal of this approach would be and how to determine the success of the tool.      

Denver Street Sweeps

John gave an update and some history leading up to the implementation of the sweep.  John reported that CCH received very short notice regarding the street sweeps from the Mayor’s office.  As discussed in the Westward magazine and Denver Post, it is felt that the efforts by the city are unproductive and costly, and has proven to dissipate CCH’s engagement.

A discussion was had to garner CCH’s approach to advocate for the individuals affected by the sweep in general.  

2016 Legislative Update

John reported that the state legislature has approved funding for the Fort Lyon program.  They included additional funding for a third-party evaluation of the program.  An amendment removed the sunset of funding provision in 2018.  

 

  • Renaissance Housing Development Corp Report – John

 

Renaissance Downtown Loft (RDL) Update

John gave an update on the progress of securing financing for RDL. John reported that there is an upcoming City Council meeting and he is confident we have the support of Council members.  Ground breaking for the project should begin at the end of April, early May.

John reported that a meeting with Neighborhood Advisory Committee took place the middle of March.  John believes the meeting was favorable; the NAC will meet quarterly during construction to ensure communication with the neighborhood.  

North Colorado Station (NCS) Opening

John gave a quick update regarding the SIB lease up at NCS.  At this time 18 folks from Fort Lyon are housed in what is called the “Recovery Wing” by the residents. It was also reported that 26 Vets have moved in, and most of the 29 families.  It is expected that the balance of the units will be occupied by next week via the SIB program.     

 

 

  • Other Business

 

T.R. informed the Board that there will be an Executive Session held at May’s meeting.  

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 5:55PM by T.R. Reid. The next CCH Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for May 3rd, 2016 at the Stout Street Health Center, 2130 Stout Street, Denver, CO.

Respectfully submitted,

 

  1. R. Reid

Secretary

 

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

 

Integrated Health Services
Quality Assurance Program

 

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (CCH): Background & Unique Characteristics……… 1

Definition of Homeless………….………….………….………….………….………….….. 2

Quality Assurance Plan: Purpose and Goals ………….………….………….………….…… 2

Quality Assurance Plan Oversight & Organizational Structure………….………….………. 3

Employee Orientation………….………….………….………….………….………….……. 9

Health Records………….………….………….………….………….………….…………… 10

Sources of Data available to the QMOC………….………….………….………….……….. 12

Credentialing/Privileging Review Procedures………….………….………….…………….. 12

Consumer Satisfaction………….………….………….………….………….………….…… 13

 

Appendices

  1. Principles of Practice
  2. Annual Quality Improvement Work Plan
  3. Quality Assurance Flowchart
  4. CCH Policies and Procedures
  5. Supervision Policy and Procedure
  6. Risk Management Plan
  7. Infection Control Policies
  8. Archiving and Destruction of Paper Charts
  9. Credentialing and Privileging Policy and Procedure
  10. CCH Customer Satisfaction Survey
  11. RPCM Resident Satisfaction Survey

                    Organizational Policy

Program: All Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (CCH) Programs

Policy Number: 299-501

Subject: Credentialing and Privileging

             Approval Date:
             Approved: _______________________________                ___________________________                                    John Parvensky, President and CEO                      Jay Brown, Board President
Description:

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (CCH) will complete the credentialing and privileging process for all required clinical staff members and volunteers who provide clinical or health services to clients.

Policy:

The Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) requires that all Health Centers assess the credentials of each licensed, registered, or certified staff member or volunteer to determine if he or she meets Health Center standards (PIN 2001-16 and PIN 2002-22).

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (CCH) will complete the credentialing and privileging process for all required employees, volunteers and trainees who provide clinical or health services to clients as part of the hiring process and at least every two years or as required by regulatory agencies or upon request of additional credentials.

The Board of Directors (BOD) has the responsibility for credentialing and privileging staff members and volunteers. The BOD may delegate participation in the Credentialing and Privileging committee to the President/CEO or his/her designee.

The President/CEO shall report at least annually to the BOD on the credentialing and privileging process to ensure all approvals were granted in compliance with this policy.

The clinical staff member or volunteer is responsible for completing and submitting all requested paperwork to Human Resources (HR) by the appropriate deadline. The clinical staff member of volunteer is also responsible for notifying HR and his/her supervisor of any change in credentials or action taken against him/her by a patient, hospital, licensing or regulatory agency or any other factor that may affect ability to perform job requirements as outlined in the privileges and scope of practice.

          Organizational Procedure

Program: All Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (CCH) Programs

Related Policy Number: 299-501

Subject: Credentialing and Privileging Procedure

             Approval Date:
             Approved: _______________________________          ______________________________                                    John Parvensky, President and CEO                 Jay Brown, Board President
Description:

This procedure defines and outlines the credentialing and privileging process for clinical staff members and volunteers of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, to ensure consistency and accuracy in the credentialing and privileging process in accordance with BPHC standards and contractual requirements.

DEFINITION:

Credentialing is a process of assessing and verifying a clinical staff member’s qualifications and right to practice. Credentialing verifies that the professional is in good standing.

Privileging is the process of authorizing a licensed or certified health care practitioner’s specific scope and content of patient care services. This is performed in conjunction with an evaluation of an individual’s clinical qualifications and/or performance.

Procedure:

Initial Credentialing:

The following is a list of all positions which must complete the credentialing and privileging process.

 

  • Licensed Independent Practitioner Employees and Volunteers:

 

    • Medical Doctors (MD)
    • Doctors of Osteopathy (DO)
    • Dentists (DDS, DMD)
    • Physician Assistants (PA)
    • Nurse Practitioners (NP)
    • Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
    • Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW)
    • Licensed Clinical Psychologists (PsyD, EdD or PhD)

 

 

  • Other Licensed or Certified Health Care Practitioner Employees and Volunteers:

 

    • Registered Nurses (RN)
    • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN)
    • Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC)
    • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT)
    • Certified Addiction Counselors (CAC II or CAC III)
    • Registered Psychotherapists (RP)
    • Licensed Addiction Counselors (LAC), Master Addiction Counselors (MAC)
    • Pharmacists (PharmD)
    • Registered Dental Hygienists (RDH)
    • Acupuncturists
    • Certified Massage Therapists
    • Any other discipline deemed appropriate by the Credentialing and Privileging Committee. 
    1. Human Resource staff will provide the clinical staff member or volunteer with the appropriate packet upon notice of potential hire or assignment, which will include:

 

  • Employee clinical staff members:

 

        1. Colorado Health Care Professional Credentials Application
        2. Application for Employment
        3. Request for government issued photo identification
        4. Authorization to Release Information
        5. Privileging Application
        6. Background Check Authorization
        7. Credentialing Release of Information Authorization

 

  • Volunteers*

 

        1. Colorado Health Care Professional Credentials Application
        2. Volunteer Application form
        3. Request for government issued photo identification
        4. Volunteer Agreement and Confidentiality Statement
        5. Authorization to Release Information
        6. Privileging Application
        7. Background Check Authorization
        8. Credentialing Release of Information Authorization

 

  • Medical Assistants and Dental Assistants

 

      1. Competency skillset review 
  1. In addition to completing all forms in the packet, the prospective clinical staff member or volunteer will provide a copy of the items listed below to Human Resources prior to beginning employment or providing any volunteer services:
    1. Copy of current Licensure(s), Certification(s), Registration(s) (or printout from Department of Regulatory Agencies)
    2. Copy of Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) licensure (if applicable)
    3. National Provider Identifier (NPI) number
    4. Copy of current CPR or related training (if applicable)
    5. Fitness for duty attestation
    6. Copies of professional school diplomas
    7. Copies of certificates of residency, internship and/or fellowship (if applicable)
    8. Copy of board certifications (if applicable)
    9. Immunization and PPD status
    10. Current curriculum vitae (CV) or resume
    11. Medicare and Medicaid numbers (if applicable)
    12. Copy of current professional liability insurance coverage (if volunteer or contract employee) 
  2. The prospective clinical staff member will provide Human Resources with a telephone number and address where he/she can be reached throughout the credentialing process. 
  3. Upon receipt of the completed packet, Human Resources will prepare a credentialing and privileging folder for the prospective clinical staff member/volunteer, sorting the documents according to the cover-page for each section. 
  4. Human Resources will verify the following information from the primary source or their agent:
    1. Board Certification
    2. Schools
    3. Internships/Residency/Fellowship
    4. Work history or Military Service
    5. References (3), contacted by the hiring manager
    6. Clinical competency evaluation form for the requested privileges (received from two references)

*If the volunteer is currently Credentialed and Privileged at and organization that meets the Principles for CVOs (credentials verification organization) as outlined in Appendix A of HRSA Policy Information Notice 2002-22, that will serve as primary source verification.

 

  1. Human Resources will complete databank searches with the following agencies:
    1. National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) Inquiry (www.npdb-hipdb.com)
    2. HHS-Office of the Inspector General (OIG) Databank Inquiry (www.oig.hhs.gov)
    3. Colorado Department of Regulatory Databank for Licenses/Certifications (www.dora.state.co.us)
    4. Central Registry of Child Protection (to be completed when clinical staff member requests privileges to treat children, age 0-10 and adolescents, age 11-18)
    5. Colorado Sex Offender Registry (www.sor.state.co.us)

 

  1. Human Resources will assist the prospective clinical staff member in obtaining a National Provider Identifier Number (NPI) – if the provider does not already have an assigned NPI. (https://nppes.cms.hhs.gov/NPPES/Welcome.do) 
  2. Verification of Medicare and/or Medicaid numbers will be completed, and if necessary, Revenue Cycle Management will assist the prospective clinical staff member with the appropriate application forms and documentation. Authorization for billing under the provider number will also be provided, as appropriate. The System Award Management (SAM) exclusion list (http://sam.gov) will be queried for the provider. 
  3. Upon completion of the above, the packet will be sent to the hiring manager for review and recommendation for privileges, and development of a supervision plan (when needed). 
  4. Human Resources will schedule HR Orientation for the new employee and coordinate the completion of new hire paperwork with the hiring manager on the first day of employment. 

REVIEW OF CREDENTIALING AND PRIVILEGING DOCUMENTS (all clinical staff members and volunteers):

When the credentialing process is completed and the clinical supervisor or hiring manager has made recommendations for privileging, the HR Specialist will present the provider’s folder to either the Medical Director of Integrated Care or the Director of Psychiatry (as appropriate), or his/her designee for review and presentation to the Credentialing and Privileging Committee. This committee will be comprised of: the Medical Director of Integrated Care, the Psychiatric Director, the Associate Medical Director, a voting medical designee, and a voting behavioral health designee. The Vice President of Quality Assurance and the Chief Program Officer will attend as non-voting members.

  1. The completed Privileging Application will be reviewed for the appropriate specialty. Privileges will be granted based on the training and ability of the clinical staff member, within the CCH scope of care. Either the Medical Director of Integrated Care or the Director of Psychiatry or designee will provide his/her signature on the Privileging Application form. Any changes to the Privileging Application form (additions or deletions) will be copied and forwarded to the clinical staff member and his or her supervisor.
  2. Under the rare exception, either the Medical Director of Integrated Care or the Director of Psychiatry or designee may grant Temporary Privileges to the clinical staff member for a period of up to 90 days if the credentialing file is completed and the provider is scheduled to start prior to the next Credentialing and Privileging Committee meeting or to fulfill an important patient-care need.
  3. If necessary, Human Resources will send (by e-mail) a Temporary Privilege Memorandum to the relevant Program Manager and Program Director to verify the provision of temporary privileges by the Medical of Psychiatric Director or designee. 

CREDENTIALING AND PRIVILEGING COMMITTEE AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS APPROVAL:

The Board of Directors (BOD) has the responsibility for credentialing and privileging of clinical staff members and volunteers. Credentialing and privileging are not complete until both the Credentialing and Privileging Committee and the BOD have reviewed and approved the new clinical staff member’s and/or volunteer’s appointment. The BOD may delegate participation in the Credentialing and Privileging Committee to the President/CEO or his/her designee. After approval by the Credentialing and Privileging Committee, approval letters signed by the Board Chairperson will be mailed to the clinical staff member or volunteer. The signing authority may be delegated to the President/CEO or his/her designee.

The Board of Directors hereby delegates the review, approval, and notification to the President/CEO or his/her designee. The President/CEO shall report at least annually to the BOD on the Credentialing and Privileging process to ensure that all approvals were granted in compliance with these policies and procedures.

  1. The Human Resources Credentialing Specialist will keep the minutes for the Credentialing and Privileging Committee, recoding all providers reviewed by the Committee as well as other relevant discussion and decisions. 
  2. Unless the responsibility has been designated to a member of the executive team, the Human Resources Credentialing Specialist will prepare BOD Packets prior to the BOD meeting. The BOD packet includes:
    1. Signed Credentialing and Privileging Committee minutes
    2. Information sheet for each provider
    3. Letter(s) of Appointment
    4. BOD Approval Sheet
    5. The Credentialing Specialist will provide each member of the Executive Committee a copy of the BOD Packet for review. (All copies will be destroyed by HR after the BOD meetings.) 
  3. The Human Resources Credentialing Specialist will prepare Letters of Appointment and BOD Approval Sheets on company letterhead for each provider approved by the Clinical Services Committee prior to the BOD meeting.
    1. Letters of Appointment and copies of the approved privileging documents are mailed to the proposed clinical staff member informing him/her of his/her appointment and approval of the Executive Committee of the BOD or designee.
    2. BOD Privilege Authorization forms granting privileges to the provider are kept in the clinical staff member’s credentialing file upon approval.

 

APPEALS PROCESS:

If the clinical staff member or volunteer desires to challenge the decision of the Credentialing and Privileging Committee and the BOD they may do so by providing a written request for review to the BOD clearly outlining the privilege(s) under dispute and provide additional information/documentation to support the request for reconsideration. The BOD may delegate this responsibility to the President/CEO and his/her designee. The Credentialing and Privileging Committee and the BOD will review the request within 30 days and respond in writing with their findings.

EMERGENCY CREDENTIALING OF VOLUNTEERS

If an emergency response is necessary, please see the Emergency Operations Plan for the credentialing and privileging of volunteers to provide critical services and meet urgent patient-care needs.

 

Re-credentialing and Re-privileging

The re-credentialing process is completed every two (2) years for all clinical staff members and volunteers. Re-credentialing is the verification of a clinical staff member’s qualification and right to practice, including verification of additional credentials not verified during the initial credentialing process. Verification of any changes, additions or deletions to the clinical staff member’s qualifications, such as renewal of state license, DEA, CPR, legal issues, and board certifications will also be completed. Re-credentialing verifies the professional is still in good standing.

  1. Human Resources will initiate the re-credentialing process by notifying the clinical staff member or volunteer that it is time to re-credential for re-appointment (by mail or email, 60 days prior). The appropriate Packet and due date will  be forwarded to the clinical staff member for completion, to include:
    1. Employee clinical staff members:
      1. Colorado Health Care Professional Credentials Application (CCR) Revise/Update
      2. Application for Re-Privileging
      3. Authorization for Release of Information
      4. A copy of the Current Delineation of Privileges Form
    2. Volunteer:
      1. Colorado Health Care Professional Credentials Application (CCR) Revise/Update
      2. Volunteer Application for Re-appointment
      3. Authorization for Release of Information
      4. A copy of the Current Delineation of Privileges Form 
  2. The provider is asked to complete all forms in the re-credentialing packet and assure Human Resources has a copy of the items listed below:
    1. Copy of current Licensure(s) (or printout from Department of Regulatory Agencies)
    2. Copy of current Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) license (if applicable)
    3. Copy of current CPR or related training
    4. Copy of changes to professional liability insurance coverage (if volunteer)
    5. Copy of board certifications received since last credentialing (if applicable)
    6. Immunization and PPD status
    7. Changes to work history since last appointment
    8. Explanation in writing of any breaks in employment, professional liability insurance coverage and/or liability claims 
  3. Human Resources will initiate the re-credentialing and re-privileging process when the clinical staff member or volunteer has returned the re-credentialing Packet. HR will notify the provider of the deadline which will be at least 30 days prior to the expiration of privileges. If the clinical staff member or volunteer fails to submit the packet as directed and their privileges expire, privileges will not be extended resulting in disciplinary action to include mandatory leave until the paperwork is submitted, reviewed and approved by the Committee. 
  4. The provider will supply Human Resources with a telephone number and address where he/she can be reached throughout the credentialing process. 
  5. Human Resources verifies the following information from the primary source or their agent since last appointment:
    1. Board Certification
    2. License
    3. Information from supervisor, including relevant performance improvement activities including peer review results. 
  6. Human Resources will complete databank searches for the following agencies, to insure the provider meets “good standing” requirements:
    1. National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) Inquiry (www.npdb-hipdb.com)
    2. HHS-Office of the Inspector General (OIG) Databank Inquiry (www.oig.hhs.gov)
    3. Colorado Department of Regulatory Databank for Licenses/Certifications (www.dora.state.co.us)
    4. Central Registry of Child Protection (to be completed when clinical staff member requests privileges to treat children, age 0-10 and adolescents, age 11-18)
    5. Colorado Sex Offender Registry (www.sor.state.co.us)

Once documentation has been submitted, the Credentialing and Privileging Committee and the BOD will review the documents and approve or deny the request for re-privileging.

 

 

 

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