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Travel nurses prove a challenging population for ongoing compliance and credential monitoring. In this post, we’ll explore the nuances of ongoing license and credential management for travel nurses.
In this post, we provide an overview of the Medi-Cal Exclusion List, it’s challenges, and the quality of the data it contains.
In this three-part blog series, we're unpacking the OIG's enforcement authority for determining and pursuing healthcare owners.
As we look back on an incredibly tumultuous year in healthcare, let’s explore some of the most significant healthcare fraud cases in 2020. In this post, we discuss some of the most notable cases from the OIG and DOJ.
What causes most license verification technology to break and how can your organization design workflows made to outlast ever-changing healthcare license boards?
Meet our teammate, Rabia! Rabia joined the ProviderTrust team in January of 2020. She is our talented Accounting Assistant and has been a huge help and support to our Finance team.
PECOS plays a critical role in facilitating communication and data accuracy between providers and CMS. It powers several datasets indicating providers' statuses and standing with CMS.
What does your organization's policy management and oversight look like? Read more to learn how to align your team and workflows in 2021.
Everything you need to know about exclusion monitoring and the OIG LEIE, from reporting delays to false-negatives.
Thanksgiving at ProviderTrust is full of great memories. With all the changes 2020 has brought we decided to look back at some of our favorite ProviderTrust Thanksgiving Memories.
Expanding telehealth offerings presents potential liabilities concerning cybersecurity, data, and compliance risks. As the regulations governing telehealth still remain to be relaxed, now is the time to be vigilant regarding various telehealth risks.