In 2020, telehealth became a vital lifeline for both providers and patients. In this post, we recap the recent statement by HHS-OIG and offer a few tips for ensuring your telehealth services uphold program integrity and protect patients.
In this conversation with Kristin Mejia-Greene, founder of Homeland Heart & Wellness Collective, we discuss maternal health and mortality, how doulas can prove a powerful advocate within care teams, and how her organization Homeland Heart is working to provide better care for Black mothers in Nashville.
Provider directories and the data that power them must evolve to meet the needs of both changing regulatory requirements and an increasingly digital member base.
Today marks International Day of Women and Girls in Science – a UN holiday that highlights the gender gap in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and activism to close said gap. In honor of the day, we asked two of our team members what it means to be women in science.
In this post, we’ll explain why the low-quality (and risky!) OIG exclusion matches that you’ll find from other vendors can end up costing your organization.
After a good run, in January 2021, the state of Arizona stopped publishing their own exclusion list. In this post, we’ll explain what we know about the Arizona exclusion list and how to adapt your screening processes in light of its discontinuance.
ProviderTrust today announced it has received a significant minority investment from Susquehanna Growth Equity, enabling the company to scale its robust suite of healthcare compliance screening, monitoring, and verification software tools.
In this post, you’ll learn what’s at stake with vendor risk management and how using an exclusion monitoring service may be beneficial.
It’s no secret that 2020 didn’t go as planned. Even so, we have persevered through a tough time with even tougher people. While the pandemic continues and we look forward to receiving vaccines, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate all the good that happened in 2020.
In this post, we further explain HHS OIG attention on healthcare owners and provide some examples of prosecution related to owner-led fraud.