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Spend less time on monitoring. Spend more time developing your people.

Don’t let HR administrative complexity keep you from helping your people grow and succeed.

Never once since we implemented the ProviderTrust system have we had any issues with a provider treating a patient without the proper licensure or credentials.

Kerry L., Director of Human Resources

An Interactive License Monitoring Solution Guide

Not sure where to where to start when considering a new license monitoring and primary source verification process? Explore the interactive guide to learn how a license monitoring solution can provide the most comprehensive end-to-end holistic monitoring with the lowest cost of ownership.

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Verify every license and credential for every provider and employee directly at the primary source, up to every day.

Seamlessly integrate our license and exclusion monitoring data directly into your HRIS for actionable results.

Know when every license and credential is expiring or revoked, and personalize notifications to your workforce.

Always be audit-ready with primary source documentation available for every provider directly in-application.

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OIG Exclusion Check and the Role of HR

It's no secret that performing an OIG exclusion check on a monthly basis is industry best practice and the best way to reduce your organization's overall risk and liability. But what role does your HR department play in ensuring your OIG exclusion check is done most effectively? Your compliance department typically handles ongoing an OIG exclusion check for all of your employees, referring physicians, and vendors in addition to monitoring the SAM dataset and all available state exclusion lists. However, it's really your HR department that plays the single most cohesive role in the process. Here's why…

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OIG Review of State Medicaid Fraud Control

The OIG recently recently its 2012 review of the Louisiana State Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.  Among other findings, the review found that 14% of sentenced providers were not referred to the OIG for exclusion within the appropriate time period ("30 days or other reasonable time period" according to Performance Standard 8(d)).  These providers were not reported to the OIG until after the review.

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