In this post, we’ll explain why the low-quality (and risky!) OIG exclusion matches that you’ll find from other vendors can end up costing your organization.
What should you be looking for in an exclusion monitoring solution? Explore what separates the best from the rest in this interactive guide!
After a good run, in January 2021, the state of Arizona stopped publishing their own exclusion list. In this post, we’ll explain what we know about the Arizona exclusion list and how to adapt your screening processes in light of its discontinuance.
In this post, you’ll learn what’s at stake with vendor risk management and how using an exclusion monitoring service may be beneficial.
In this guide, we define how a proactive approach to provider network eligibility helps payers create greater efficiency and profitability within government programs, reduce the risk of ineligible claims, and improve interoperability.
In this post, we further explain HHS OIG attention on healthcare owners and provide some examples of prosecution related to owner-led fraud.
In this three-part blog series, we’re unpacking the OIG’s enforcement authority for determining and pursuing healthcare owners.
With more than 10,000 exclusions, Texas has one of the largest state lists, but the interface makes it a more user-friendly list than many. In this post, we provide an overview of the Texas Exclusion List, how to screen against it, and a summary of the data it contains.
Travel nurses prove a challenging population for ongoing compliance and credential monitoring. In this post, we’ll explore the nuances of ongoing license and credential management for travel nurses.
In this post, we provide an overview of the Medi-Cal Exclusion List, it’s challenges, and the quality of the data it contains.