Clinical Privileges definition

Clinical Privileges or “PRIVILEGES” means the authorization granted by the Board to render specific patient care services, for which the Medical Staff Leaders and Board have developed eligibility and other credentialing criteria and focused and ongoing professional practice evaluation standards.
Clinical Privileges means the authorization granted by the Board to render specific patient care services.

Examples of Clinical Privileges in a sentence

  • Office Based members must be involved in the care of outpatients at least twenty(20) hours per week in the outpatient or office-based setting.b. Office Based members shall not be granted Clinical Privileges or be allowed to write orders.

  • Shall not be granted Clinical Privileges or be allowed to write orders.

  • To support implementation and uptake of these guidelines, the council has commissioned the Credentials and Clinical Privileges Project to develop a national standard based on the guidelines; an organizational support package, including educational materials, to accompany the standard; and a communications plan to promote national uptake of these products.

  • Focusing on Credentials and Clinical Privileges The council has developed “National Guidelines for Credentials and Clinical Privileges” to promote a consistent process for credentialing and clinical privileging processes in health care services.


More Definitions of Clinical Privileges

Clinical Privileges or “PRIVILEGES” means the authorization granted by the Board to render specific clinical procedures and patient care services, subject to the provisions of this Policy.
Clinical Privileges means the permission granted to a Member or Non-member to render specific diagnostic, therapeutic, medical, dental, or surgical services for patients of the Medical Center.
Clinical Privileges has the meaning as set out in the AHS Medical Staff Bylaws, and generally means the delineation of the procedures that may be performed by a Practitioner, the sites of clinical activity in which a Practitioner may perform procedures or provide care to clients, and the AHS programs and professional services that are available to a Practitioner in order to provide care to Clients.