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  1. Yes, the CAQH does show it and that's why I was initially worried about what to do since it was not on my resume.
  2. Thank you both for your input! It has been a whirlwind of a month for me- from leaving UC to now getting hired onto EM. I figured if the credentialing specialist sees it, I'll just explain what happened. I appreciate your replies- still a new PA trying to navigate through the first years of practice.
  3. I worked a total of 2 shifts to learn the EMR and 5 additional ones. They give you a total of 8 so I left prior to that.
  4. I started at an urgent care and did some training shifts- their policy is that you are not under contract during this and that the contract starts after (that way you actually know if you want to stay). Since you see patients during the training, they give you malpractice coverage + tail insurance which was great. Long story short, I left as it was not a good fit. It was meant for a seasoned provider and they stated that they didn't offer medical training and only EMR training. Since this happened, I left it off my resume because I was never under contract. I guess my worry is- was that okay to do? I just got hired and I know it'll show when I get credentialed (because credentialing occurred months before the trial period). I don't want to be seen like I was dishonest by not listing it. I literally left after the training shifts and immediately got an offer a week after somewhere else.
  5. I started at an urgent care and did some training shifts- their policy is that you are not under contract during this and that the contract starts after (that way you actually know if you want to stay). Since you see patients during the training, they give you malpractice coverage + tail insurance which was great. Long story short, I left as it was not a good fit. It was meant for a seasoned provider and they stated that they didn't offer medical training and only EMR training. Since this happened, I left it off my resume because I was never under contract. I guess my worry is- was that okay to do? I just got hired and I know it'll show when I get credentialed (because credentialing occurred months before the trial period). I don't want to be seen like I was dishonest by not listing it. I literally left after the training shifts and immediately got an offer a week after somewhere else.
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