In a true piece of regulatory gobbledegook, I just received this e-mail from the credentialing authority at my institution (Name withheld to protect me from a libel suit). It's hard to believe that this was written by someone with at least a high school education.
Someone needs to go back to grammar school to learn how to structure a paragraph.
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On behalf of the medical staff office, joint commission and myself as the credentialing coordinator for the XXXX department of XXXXX, I am advising you of the following new requirements when requesting appointments/reappointments/privileges at other institutions or within any of the health system's facilities.
All applications must have a dated CV indicating month/day/year format when accessible, month/year format will also be accepted and current photo ID (drivers license or up to date passport).
Your cooperation in this matter will be appreciated.
1) Since when is a date on a printed or electronic document not accessible?
2) Are they asking me to include a government issued identity document? What am I supposed to do if I don't have a driver's license or passport?