Privileging in a Military Environment
The privileging process for a civilian physician in a military environment can be daunting. For this reason KurzSolutions maintains a professional credentialing staff. Each applicant provider is connected with a designated credentialing specialist who will guide you through the entire process. We routinely complete provider credentials files in less than 14 business days and send to the Military Treatment Facility in question via UPS for the base review process.
Credentialing Requirement Overview: Initial applications for clinical privileges, to include credentials action history, malpractice history, and completed copies of the below listed documents will be required:
- Copy of valid, current, unrestricted applicable state medical license and applicable Board Certification
- Education and training history.
- Current Basic Life Support (BLS), and if applicable, Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification, and current certification in Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), if applicable.
- Professional references
- A signed consent for release of information.
- Copy of Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) certificate, if applicable.
- A copy of the applicant’s professional resume, accompanied by that individual’s sworn affidavit of the truthfulness of same, indicating experience, training, and technical expertise in the type of care to be rendered.
- A list of all states in which contract provider currently holds or has held a license to practice related services.
- Certification of current physical examination for each Team Member, which certifies the Team Member is free of any contagious diseases. Physical examination must be current and within the 12 months prior to the application for privileges.