Healthcare organizations can’t afford not to monitor their employed and contracted populations for exclusions, however, because there are several lists at both the federal and state levels that need to be monitored consistently, exclusion monitoring can be complicated.
If you’re one of the compliance professionals that’s been struggling with the recent SAM.gov updates, read on for tips on how to search for an excluded individual using their Social Security number.
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Healthcare compliance monitoring has long been a siloed process owned by small compliance teams. But the changes in healthcare and ways of working in the last year have led forward-looking healthcare organizations to rethink critical data flows for employed and contracted providers.
Expanding on an existing relationship with ProviderTrust, which included exclusion monitoring for its 3,500 providers, Amwell added Medicare Opt Out and OFAC monitoring to keep up with the surge of providers that were onboarded during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Responding to Surge in Demand, Telehealth Company Partners with ProviderTrust to Triple Its Provider Population
Learn how Amwell quickly scaled exclusion monitoring operations to keep up with the surge of new providers and increased demand for telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic with the help of ProviderTrust’s automated exclusion monitoring.
When it comes to exclusion monitoring, there are a myriad of lists that need to be monitored, both at the federal and state levels to ensure that your patients are only seen by eligible providers. In this post, we will provide an overview of all healthcare exclusion sources and a few other eligibility-affecting databases.
Finding a healthcare exclusion in your organization can be stressful. Here’s our OIG exclusion guidance for what to do next.
HCCA Compliance Institute 2021: Session with the OIG and Donna Thiel, Chief Compliance Officer at ProviderTrust
Donna Thiel, Chief Compliance Officer at ProviderTrust and two OIG officials, Nicole Caucci, Deputy Branch Chief and Joanna Francis, Reviewing Official, led a session on Understanding Exclusions at the virtual 2021 HCCA Annual Compliance Institute.