Tag: Human Resources
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 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.
Read how we identified and resolved a 30% gap across the required licenses and credentials neccessary for providing care, as outlined by our client's internal policy.
A comprehensive guide to healthcare license monitoring and verification.
Join CCO Donna Thiel and Alex Fisher, Senior Associate Attorney at Frost Brown Todd, as they discuss best practices monitoring practitioners.
The emerging best practice of HR & Compliance professionals across healthcare organizations and systems is to create custom dashboards to measure stated objectives in real-time, throughout 2019.
Achieving people monitoring success means connecting your organization's HR & Compliance strategies and processes. Learn why HR & Compliance have large overlaps in process, responsibilities, and roles.
In this webinar, you'll learn how best to leverage predictive data to solve some of healthcare's biggest challenges related to HR & compliance.
In this webinar, Michael Rosen and Donna Thiel will cover the important ways that HR and Compliance can work together to set your organization up for success. Learn about what you can do to encourage cross-departmental alignment.
A healthcare license is a privilege and not a right. By that we mean one must earn a professional healthcare license. The individual must graduate from an accredited school/program and then pass a competency exam. Such exams are administered by and regulated by a State Licensing Board or a certifying board, recognized by the state. Upon successful completion, a license is granted to such individual. Thereafter, there are obligations and requirements in order to stay in good standing with the issuing Licensing Board. The State Licensing Board is considered a primary source ("Primary Source") and will be the single place to verify and monitor for renewal, standing and in some cases, disciplinary actions taken against the individual and/or his/her license. In order to conduct effective compliance monitoring of licenses, a monthly monitoring of the license is critical. Why Monthly?
* Updated from original post on 12/17/2015 Healthcare compliance is complicated and full of regulations, guidelines, and oversight. Since federal tax dollars are used to reimburse health care providers for services, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as well as the Department of Justice (DOJ) have oversight on how those dollars are spent. The purpose of this blog post is to give a basic understanding of exclusions, industry best practices, and a brief description of the federal exclusion databases.