The Consortium for Universal Healthcare Credentialing, Inc. (C4UHC) has launched a new website to provide healthcare providers and suppliers with the tools and information needed for consistent, cost-effective and compliant credentialing of all U.S. representatives working in healthcare facilities.
MITA announced that, in partnership with C4UHC, NEMA has revised the 2019 American National Standard for Supplier Credentialing in Healthcare to include additional provisions that address urgent challenges associated with COVID-19 and other updates.
26 more healthcare associations and societies have endorsed the recent guidance released by AORN, with AdvaMed, and AHA, supporting safe reentry of medical device representatives into medical facilities.
The ANSI Board of Standards Review approved the submittal for NEMA SC1 recognition as an ANSI Standard. The ANSI VC1 Canvass Committee comprised of 45 companies worked together to create these national standards.