Federal & State Exclusion Sources

We deliver healthcare’s most trusted ongoing OIG LEIE, GSA SAM.gov, and state Medicaid exclusion list monitoring- screening your employees, providers, and vendors against every state and federal exclusion source every single day.

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Exclusions by Primary Source

75,998

70,908

75,960

222,866

*ProviderTrust’s exclusion data is updated with the most current federal and state data at the beginning of each month.

Select a state using the dropdown to view its total number of exclusions and data source.

ProviderTrust’s exclusion map data is updated with the most current state data at the beginning of each month.

State Medicaid Exclusion List Interactive Map

Click a highlighted state or select a state with the dropdown tool to view the total number of exclusions and data source.

Select a state using the dropdown to view its total number of exclusions and data source.

ProviderTrust’s exclusion map data is updated with the most current state data at the beginning of each month.

States with No Available List: Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin

States with Email Requests Only: Delaware, Vermont

States No Longer Maintaining List (Replaced by OIG-LEIE): Arizona

Additional Lists We Monitor

Expand your monitoring coverage beyond state and federal exclusion lists! Every ProviderTrust monitoring package comes with the ability to add additional monitored sources, including:
  • Medicare Opt Out
  • SSN Death Master File
  • FDA Debarment List
  • CMS Preclusion List
  • DOJ DEA Cases Against Doctors
  • OIG High Risk
  • OIG Waivers
  • OFAC SDN
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Our Data Enrichment Process

From the beginning, we set out to create healthcare compliance monitoring technology that delivered better results and required less manual work than any other solution. 

We quickly realized that meant we would need to build a proprietary data set that was smarter and more complete than any publicly available sources. Learn more about our data enrichment process by downloading our interactive guide below.

Let’s do better together. Reimagine your exclusion list monitoring.

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