by HCPro Publications .
Written in English
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Get this from a library! A guide to AHP credentialing: challenges and opportunities to credentialing allied health professionals. [Beverly E Pybus; Carol S Cairns]. A Guide to AHP Credentialing: Challenges and Opportunities to Credentialing Allied Health Professionals. Beverly E. Pybus, Carol S. Cairns. HC Pro, Inc., - Medical - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Guide to Ahp Credentialing: Challenges and Opportunities to Credentialing Allied Health Professionals by Beverly E. Pybus, Carol S. Cairns, Beverly E, Pybus and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Medical Staff Leader’s Practical Guide: Survival Tips for Navigating Your Leadership Role offers you an affordable, time-saving solution to medical staff leadership training. This book aims to teach physicians how to become great medical staff leaders and motivate other medical staff members on topics such as: AHP credentialing and.
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