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Noun
/krəˈdenCHəl/,
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credentials, plural;
  1. A qualification, achievement, personal quality, or aspect of a person's background, typically when used to indicate that they are suitable for something
    • - recruitment is based mainly on academic credentials
  2. A document or certificate proving a person's identity or qualifications

  3. A letter of introduction given by a government to an ambassador before a new posting


  1. certificate: a document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts
  2. A credential is an attestation of qualification, competence, or authority issued to an individual by a third party with a relevant de jure or de facto authority or assumed competence to do so.
  3. Credentialing is the process of establishing the qualifications of licensed professionals, organizational members or organizations, and assessing their background and legitimacy. ...
  4. Documentary evidence that a person has certain status or privileges; To furnish with credentials; of, pertaining to or entitling to credit or authority
  5. (Credentialing) process of review to approve a provider who applies to participate in a health plan. Specific criteria and prerequisites are applied in determining initial and ongoing participation in the health plan.
  6. (Credentialing) Examination of a physician’s or other health care provider’s credentials to determine whether he or she should be entitled to clinical privileges at a hospital or to a contract with an MCO.
  7. (Credentialing) The review process used by an insurer or health plan to determine which health care providers are qualified to provide services to health plan members. Items such as the provider's license, certification, malpractice insurance, and history are examined.
  8. (Credentialing) The verification of an individual's education, training and experience from primary sources.
  9. (credentialing) The process of obtaining, reviewing, and verifying a provider's credentials—the documentation related to licenses, certifications, training, and other qualifications—for the purpose of determining whether the provider meets the MCO's preestablished criteria for participation in ...
  10. (Credentialing) This is an application process for a provider to participate with an insurance carrier. Many carriers now request credentialing through CAQH. CAQH credentialing process is a universal system now accepted by insurance company networks.
  11. (Credentialing) A process that provides a means of evaluating, selecting and contracting with qualified mental health providers for the purpose of providing services under a publicly-funded managed care program.
  12. (Credentialing) A review process of potential medical providers to assess their standing and qualifications.
  13. (Credentialing) Granting of privileges based on specific evidence of procedural competence. The latter consists of knowledge concerning (contra)indications, potential risks, technical skills, management of expected complications and appropriate documentation. ...
  14. (Credentialing) In order to be eligible for participation as a VBH-PA network provider, you must meet ValueOptions^® credentialing criteria for your provider type (individual, agency, facility) and discipline. ...
  15. (Credentialing) The process by which an organization authorizes, contracts or employs practitioners who are licensed, certified or registered to practice independently to provide services on behalf of the organization. ...
  16. (Credentialing) The process of giving diplomas and other formal recognition of school achievement, which in turn makes candidates elegible for jobs.
  17. (Credentialing) The process of granting a credential that is a designation which indicates competence in a subject area.
  18. (Credentialing) The process of reviewing a practitioner's academic, clinical and professional ability as demonstrated in the past to determine if criteria for clinical privileges are met.
  19. (Credentialing) This is a process used to ensure doctors and hospitals meet certain standards. It is also used for other health professionals and facilities.
  20. (Credentialing) is a general term referring to a process by which someone is determined to be suitable, acceptable, or qualified (based on some measure of knowledge, exposure, or skill) to be something, or to do something. ...
  21. (Credentialing) process by which dental benefit plans selects dentists who are allowed to render services to patients enrolled in plan. Dental benefit plans use credentialing process as a means of quality of control in selecting "approved" dentists.
  22. (credentialing) The process of licensing, accrediting and certifying health care providers prior to allowing them to participate in a provider critical pathway. See clinical pathway.
  23. (Credentials) Evidence asserting the user’s right to access certain systems (e.g. username, password, etc)
  24. (Credentials) “Data that is transferred or presented to establish either a claimed identity or the authorizations of a system entity. (See: authentication information, capability, ticket.)” (Shirey, 2000)
  25. (Credentials) letters depicting recognized skills, competency or status.