Surveyor Credentialing & Privileging administers surveyor management programs
Surveyor Credentialing & Privileging Committee (SCPC) aims to provide input to and oversee surveyor management programs, including new surveyor selection, credentialing and privileging.
Reports to Surveyor Administration
Activities & Responsibilities
- Establish Surveyor Credentialing & Privileging policies that align with AAAHC quality and business requirements and strategic plan. Submit to the SAC for approval.
- Determine requirements for Surveyors to achieve and maintain privileges and roles, including experience, background, credentials, training, type and number of surveys per year, and ongoing performance metrics.
- Establish criteria for Mentor designation; identify Surveyors who fulfill these criteria.
- In collaboration with Staff, administer the Surveyor Recruitment and Selection process including designating mentors and monitoring training progression.
- Monitor Surveyor compliance to Surveyor Credentialing & Privileging policies and procedures.
- Comply with all Governance Unit and AAAHC policies.
Composition, Expertise or Experience Required
- Interest in promoting quality in ambulatory care with ability to think beyond a single specialty or ambulatory setting type.
- Professional experience in an ambulatory health care setting. Technical or clinical expertise in a clinical specialty.
- At least three years serving as an AAAHC surveyor within the past five years.
Benefits of Membership
- Influence the selection and development of AAAHC surveyors for accreditation and certification programs.
- Contribute to the improvement of ambulatory care quality and patient outcomes.