A Beginner’s Guide to CVO Credentialing

Credentialing in healthcare is one of the best ways to avoid reputational and financial damage, as well as fines, civil monetary penalties, litigation and malpractice claims. Hiring a CVO, or an organization that conducts primary source verification of practitioner credentials for other organizations is an approved way for healthcare organizations to reduce the administrative burden of credentials verification. CVOs have passed a rigorous evaluation process that proves it meets or exceeds industry standards, including a commitment to patient safety, thorough data collection and analysis, and continuous monitoring. Several factors should be considered when hiring a CVO, which should have a proven record of providing high-quality, up-to-date, and accurate provider data.


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