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Expirables

Medical Staff Bylaws at each Inova entity require practitioners to maintain current expirables at all times. Failure to renew license or insurance will result in suspension of medical staff privileges at the Inova entity(ies) until renewal is verified by the Centralized Credentialing Department.

The Centralized Credentialing staff monitors expiration dates and request renewals from practitioners prior to expiration. All practitioners on staff at an Inova entity must provide Centralized Credentialing with renewed credentials or certificates PRIOR to expiration.


License

  • Renewals must be primary source verified directly with the licensing board by the Centralized Credentialing Department.
  • Practitioners will be notified one month prior to the expiration of the above items and advised to update/renew them.
  • Licensing boards are contacted to determine which licenses have been renewed.
  • Reminder emails are sent to practitioners who have not renewed their license.
  • The day after expiration Inova entities are notified of those practitioners who have not renewed their license. Privileges are suspended and practitioners cannot work at the entity until Centralized Credentialing verifies renewal.

DEA Certificate

  • Copy of renewed DEA certificate must be received by the Centralized Credentialing Department prior to expiration.
  • Practitioners will be notified one month prior to the expiration of the above items and advised to update/renew them.
  • DEA registration website is accessed to determine what DEA registrations have been renewed.

Malpractice Insurance

  • Copy of renewed malpractice insurance certificate must be received by the Centralized Credentialing Department prior to expiration.
  • Practitioners will be notified one month prior to the expiration of the above items and advised to update/renew them.
  • The day after expiration Inova entities are notified of those practitioners who have not renewed their medical malpractice. Privileges are suspended and practitioners cannot work at the entity until Centralized Credentialing verifies renewal.

Board Certification

  • Renewals must be primary source verified directly with the certifying board by the Centralized Credentialing Department.
  • Practitioners will be notified one month prior to the expiration of the above items and advised to update/renew them.
  • The day after expiration Inova entities are notified of those practitioners who have not renewed their board certification. Privileges are suspended and practitioners cannot work at the entity until Centralized Credentialing verifies renewal.