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In this webinar, we'll discuss how health plans are getting smarter about their exclusion monitoring to ensure compliance today and reduce recoupment tomorrow.
Learn how HHS OIG makes a decision on when to impose permissive exclusions for healthcare providers, managing employees, owners, vendors, and more.
Learn more about the latest CMS rule designed to combat fraud in healthcare and its implications for your organization.
Learn how to screen DEA and FDA databases for sanctioned physicians and prescribers.
In this webinar, we'll outline best practices, case studies, and measurement techniques for empowering your biggest asset: your people.
As CMS releases the final rule around Program Integrity Enhancements to the Provider Enrollment Process, prepare for new affiliations and disclosure requirements.
Continuous license and credential verification is a complex, risky process that any healthcare HR team struggles to solve.
It's no secret that recruiting top healthcare talent to fill open roles with critical patient care responsibilities is becoming more challenging in today's healthcare landscape.
Read about how we transitioned a large health plan client from a prior process of manually verifying thousands of false positives every month to our automated, exact-match exclusion monitoring. Our solution leveraged our enhanced primary source data to catch exclusions their previous process never found.
Read how our smarter monitoring identified an excluded provider, resulting in the OIG closing an investigation due to data gaps at the primary source.
Don’t be fooled! There is a difference between the requirements for a pre-employment background check and ongoing exclusion monitoring.