Privilege for Health Systems and Health Plans


Clinical PrivilegesMedical staff offices serve as the gateways to patient safety, ensuring that providers possess the current qualifications and demonstrated competency for granted clinical privileges. This requires developing and maintaining an evidence-based privilege criteria, having clearly defined privilege delineation, providing privileging information to key stakeholders (e.g., surgical departments for scheduling), and continuously evaluating demonstrated competencies to perform granted privileges. At stake is scrutiny by accreditation organizations, legal risk and—most importantly—patient safety.


Verity’s Privilege solution provides a comprehensive, industry-leading, library of delineated privileges for more than 100 adult and pediatric specialties, encompassing physicians, advanced practice professionals, and non-physician specialties. Your medical staff office no longer needs to spend time researching new procedures and validating that their privilege forms have the most up-to-date content and qualifications to exercise the clinical privileges being granted. 

Experience a solution that has been successfully implemented and adopted by more than 900 hospitals, allowing you to automate and standardize the process to delineate, grant, monitor, and evaluate privileges.  

Key Benefits

  • Fast to implement, easy to adopt, and intuitive web-based training options enable launch in just weeks. 
  • A simplified, automated and paperless process for privilege requests, delineation, and approvals.
  • The industry’s most comprehensive clinical privileging content with more than 100 adult and pediatric specialties.
  • Continuous updates by credentialing and privileging experts based on national sources.
  • Safeguarding the privileging process to protect patients.
  • Access to industry experts and free webinars to answer all your privileging questions.
  • Support of single facility, multi-facility, or enterprise-level privileging and acceleration of the transition to enterprise privilege standardization.



  • Pre-built forms electronically, in print, or both.
  • Embedded and continuously-updated ICD-10 and CPT codes to link to surgical scheduling systems and enable robust reporting.
  • Quarterly updated privileging criteria and content with sources for each privilege form, including the American Board of Medical Specialties and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
  • Robust and easy-to-use privilege management tools to capture and maintain privilege form history.  


  • Real-time view access to providers privileges for authorized hospital personnel. 
  • Link Focused Professional Practice Evaluation (FPPE) requirements within privilege groupings and stand- alone privileges.
  • Easy drag and drop interface for building and configuring privilege forms.
  • Convenient privilege groupings based on specialty and sub-specialties. 

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