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Spend less time onboarding vendors and more time meeting your organization’s complex needs.

Navigating the challenging landscape of healthcare sourcing is difficult.

The ProviderTrust team and solutions have been amazing partners to work with. They help our teams tremendously to make sure our clinical operations are always in compliance across every clinic facility and every individual provider as we’ve grown.

Hallie C., Director of Clinical Services & Strategic Initiatives

Six Tips for Navigating Continuous Change

As organizations work to adapt to a quickly changing market, some processes and behaviors will be altered for the long term, and some will continue to adapt. Get the tip sheet and learn how to help your procurement department adjust to continued change.

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Get the full picture of every vendor in your network.

Let your vendors submit their information directly and never chase down a W9 again.

Be confident that all your vendors are compliant with our industry-leading monitoring.

Receive updates from every vendor every year, without straining your team.

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3 Reasons Why Vendor Credentialing Services Just Makes Sense

In healthcare, organizations are liable not only for the inherent risk associated with its own employees and services, but also for monitoring their third-party vendors who supply everything from medical equipment to kitchen supplies to ensure none are excluded from federal or state healthcare programs. Here are three reasons why it just makes sense to include OIG monitoring in your vendor credentialing strategy.

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Vendor Risk Management: Business Associate Agreements

Healthcare organizations can give third-parties (“business associates”) access to patient data, including an independent medical transcriptionist hired by a physician, outsourced claims services, a consultant, or a CPA firm whose services require access to protected patient information.  HIPPA regulations state that you must enter into a contract with these third parties in which they agree to protect the data. Building a systematic way to distribute and collect these contracts, or Business Associate Agreements, should be an essential part of any vendor risk management strategy. Not doing so exposes your organization to a huge amount of liability, as the government puts the burden for protecting patient data on healthcare organizations.

Healthcare procurement is evolving. Your vendor onboarding process should, too.

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