If you are needing a physician's credentialing information, please email your request to BSACredentialing@bsahs.org.
CareLink is an Epic application designed for use by non-affiliated community providers to access their patients’ records. This group includes referring physicians and members of their clinical, billing and coding staff; non-affiliated sub-acute and post-acute facilities, including their case managers; and health plans. In other words, CareLink is for more than just physicians!
When you refer a patient to BSA, BSA CareLink provides you access to view patients’ records, including:
Tablets must use iPad Safari or Android Chrome browsers.
BSA CareLink’s “In Basket” does more than just send you notifications; you can communicate with other providers, make requests and stay connected while your patient is in our care.
For additional assistance, call 855.525.8770.
Click on the link below to download the ICD-10 Dictation Algorithms Document.
The BSA Medical Staff Office provides a variety of administrative and management support services to the 1,100-plus members of the BSA Medical Staff and the BSA Health System at large. Their duties include everything from the credentialing and privileges process to a variety of responsibilities that are required to maintain a safe, quality environment for our patients, employees and Medical Staff.
Located on the first floor of the Hospital, the Medical Staff Office maintains business hours from 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
For more information, please call (806) 212-5802.
Physician answering service for Amarillo: BSA provides physicians and other healthcare providers with an answering service that consists of qualified and professional operators who are specifically trained to receive and take messages from patients, hospitals and other medical professionals.
Researchers at BSA Health System must know and understand the requirements, both regulatory and institutional, for the conduct of safe, ethical and scientifically based research. These requirements may vary, depending on the nature of the project. For that reason, it is critical that investigators seek guidance early in the process. All research projects conducted at BSA or conducted by BSA employed physicians must be submitted to the BSA Health System Office of Clinical Trials and Research Compliance.
Gina Cravey, BSN, RN, CHRC, CCRC
Director Clinical Trials and Research Compliance