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As C4UHC members know, the pandemic exposed various deficiencies in our healthcare system, such as securing PPE and proper allocation of medical staff where needed. Healthcare providers that lacked consistent credentialing systems for vendors only compounded the gridlocks they had to overcome at critical moments.
Inefficiencies in our medical facilities silently rob patients of quality care during “normal times.”
According to this column in Fortune magazine, COVID reminded us all that patients and professionals, not numbers, should always be our top priorities.
“Ultimately, efficiency in the health care system isn’t just about numbers on a page or dollars in a spreadsheet. It’s about how we treat and care for the people who treat us. It’s about whether we can make the best use of our shared time and resources. It’s about whether our friends, neighbors, and loved ones can get the care they deserve.”
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The mission of the Consortium for Universal Healthcare Credentialing, Inc. (C4UHC), a 501 (c)(6) tax-exempt corporation, is to promote the common business interests of organizations connected with the healthcare industry in order to advance American National Standards for a streamlined healthcare credentialing process. This will protect patient safety and confidentiality, eliminate duplicative efforts and costs, and meet the needs of both healthcare providers and suppliers.