Take advantage of our wealth of physician resources, from information to support your day-to-day practice, physician support services, credentialing details and more. Premier Health’s Medical Staff Relations and Communications departments are here to help.
ICD-10 Tipsheets and Pocket Cards
ICD stands for the International Classification of Diseases. These codes are endorsed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and are utilized by Health Information Management departments across the U.S. (and the world) to codify the diagnoses for all patients. There will be significant changes to the structure of codes (three to five numeric to three to seven alphanumeric), coding rules, terminology, and the sheer number of codes in use. Learn more about the new ICD-10 requirements.
The medical staff at Premier Health will carry out activities delegated by the Board of Trustees based on a specific set of bylaws. Learn more about Premier Health medical staff bylaws.
Find out more about membership and/or privileges at the Premier Health hospital facilities. Complete our initial application—there’s no need for multiple facility credentials application processing. Learn more about Premier Health credentialing.
As a new physician at Premier Health, you must complete our required physician orientation to practice at any of our facilities.
You’ll stay up to date on Premier Health services, programs and procedures, plus be connected with other medical specialists and find answers to your questions, with Premier Health Physician Support.
Medical Staff Offices
Each of our Premier Health facilities features a Medical Staff Office that supports the medical staff and coordinates the credentialing and privileging process as required by federal and state government, and accrediting agencies such as The Joint Commission, ISO and NIAHO.
Medical Office Space
Premier Health office space is available for lease or ownership. Contact Stephen Ruehlman, Leasing Manager, at (937) 499-9743(937) 499-9743 for more information.
You’ll receive the latest news on Quality and Patient Safety initiatives, system downtimes, and other information that may affect your practice activities.
Accepted Insurance Plans
Your insured patients’ out-of-pocket expense depends on several factors including the benefit plan with their insurance, the contracted reimbursement rate between Premier Health and the insurer, and whether the patient and/or family has already met certain deductibles. Find out more about accepted insurance plans.
Content Updated: April 21, 2017