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o ensured medical staff members maintained current credentials and licenses; foresight guaranteed no lapse in operations

o monitored upcoming renewal dates and advised medical staff on the required steps to maintain credentials; prevented certification shortfall

o assumed the ancillary duty of Conscious Sedation and Education and Training Officer for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

o managed the credentialing of all 47 staff members while simulatenously performing compliance auditing of training records and ensuring compliance for accreditation

o maintained 14 IDC portfolios ensuring 100% credentialing in accordance with OPNAV AND III MEF instructions

o performed a comprehensive review of the nurse credentialing process; increased efficacy by 75 percent assuring 100 percent compliance and readiness for 54 nurses

o vetted 13 applications as the Nurse credentials manager; certified five critical hires, ensuring the continuity of a 4.5 million dollar services contract

o transformed the Credentials Program from critical to a current rating of outstanding in less than 120 days

o trained and qualified himself on the Centralized Credentials Quality Assurance System (CCQAS) program; key factor in achieving a rating of excellent

o identified a unit training ACLS shortfall and was solely responsible for providing the credentialing and maintaining unit personnel at 100%

o reviewed 11,000 diagnostic imaging reports for five Radiologists at five medical treatment facilities; prevented the potential credential loss of a medical doctor

o streamlined the nurse credentialing process; efforts culminated in her appointment as the Group Nursing Centralized Credentials QA Officer in Charge

o assisted with the management of 15 provider credentialing files; reported deficiencies and developed and offered solutions; prevented reduction in readiness

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