Learn about The Joint Commission's requirements for credentials review and competency assessment of allied health professionals in this guide. You?ll find a discussion of good practices and a selection of useful real-world examples you can adapt for your setting. Use the comprehensive and practical resources in the Joint Commission Guide to Allied Health Professionals to give your human resources professionals and allied health leaders the tools to help them stay on top of these important credentialing and competency issues. Special features include: sample job descriptions; credentialing checklists; competency assessment tools; and other tips, tools, strategies, and examples useful for HR professionals and allied health leaders.HR should work with the department leaders to prepare interview questions that are appropriate for potential staff in their areas. Open-ended interview ... Interviewers need to know not only which questions to ask but also which questions not to ask. Interviewers must ... References and Background Checks Reference checks often take place late in the hiring process if the applicant is currently employed.
|Title||:||Joint Commission Guide to Allied Health Professionals|
|Publisher||:||Joint Commission Resources - 2002-01-01|