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credentials

[kriden′shelz]
a predetermined set of standards, such as licensure or certification, establishing that a person or institution has achieved professional recognition in a specific field of health care. See also credentialing.
The sum of a person’s earned documents

credentials

The sum of a person's earned documents. See Medicaid. Cf Credential.
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We continue to see the need for secure, interoperable identity credentials in both the federal and commercial space.
Demonstrating the value of credentials is extremely challenging; the difficulties were described by the American Nurses Credentialing Center in 2012 (Lundmark et al.
This company will be established as the one credentialing verification organization (CVO) in the state which all insurers and hospitals (any entity which credentials practitioners) must use for credentials verification;
Currently, more than 1,500 occupational credentials have been identified as having a strong correlation with Navy jobs that qualify them for exam funding.
The process of meeting these standards and earning official recognition (in the form of credentials, licenses or certificates) is called credentialing.
National Membership Director Tony Baskerville stressed the electoral process is the key to the future of the DAV and Auxiliary, adding the National Membership Department is prepared to assist anyone in order to make the process of obtaining credentials as easy and accurate as possible.
The Authentify solution provides a trusted, real-time mechanism for the management of digital credentials and username/password systems for employees, trading partners, and customers while also ensuring the availability of a comprehensive audit trail.
A CITP credential signals to other CITPs that you share a common focus on IT.
The Accredited in Business Valuation credential committee has announced that the ABV examination will be offered twice per year now, giving ABV credential candidates more flexibility in fulfilling this aspect of the credentialing process.
Our shared commitment to offering best-of-class solutions for the secure creation and issuance of ID cards, as well as the management of unique credentials assigned to each cardholder, makes the relationship with ImageWare a natural complement.
Under the federal No Child Left Behind Act, school districts nationwide were required to staff schools in high-poverty areas with ``highly qualified'' teachers - those with complete credentials, beginning Sept.
In the real world, however, all credentials must evolve over time to keep pace with and remain relevant to the evolving professions they serve.