Our healthcare exclusion and license verification solution has enabled this customer to have clarity in our exact-match automated results straight from primary sources.
Join ProviderTrust as we explore the necessities for interstate license monitoring for modern healthcare delivery models.
How often does your organization check your healthcare populations for exclusions? How often do you verify the statuses of license and certifications? What primary sources are your teams checking to ensure ongoing audit-readiness? Evaluate your organization's monitoring practices with our handy checklist.
We've partnered with this health system for over 8 years, and have helped them stay compliant and optimize their team workflows for ongoing provider and vendor monitoring.
Dash underscores ProviderTrust’s commitment to meet the evolving needs of its customers and the industry at large, empowering a safer healthcare through smarter monitoring.
In this webinar, you'll learn how prioritizing honesty and kindness within your team not only builds trust but also impacts your work and wellbeing.
Learn more about Joint Commission compliance requirements, the auditing process for healthcare administrators, and some of the common gaps in ongoing license verification and credential monitoring for providers.
HHS OIG recommends that CMS require MAOs to submit NPIs for ordering providers. Explore the reasons why this information would be helpful to prevent FWA, and the concerns from payers in regard to the accuracy of CMS encounter data.
In this webinar we'll take a look at the latest industry trends and recent investigations to prioritize some of the main components of effective compliance for this year.
Download the guide and learn how to evaluate if your current license monitoring setup is meeting your expectations, as well as some helpful tips for you to consider if this is your first time choosing a vendor.
Learn how your organization can leverage exclusion monitoring to better protect vulnerable patient populations and combat healthcare disparities as we unpack a recent Johns Hopkins study.