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Tag: Primary Source Verification
Get the guide to Telehealth and Credentialing During COVID-19 to learn more about the unique opportunities and challenges of the credentialing process when delivering telehealth under emergency guidelines.
We're making some updates to Passport in response to COVID-19 licensure regulations so our clients can focus on what really matters: keeping patients safe.
State license board waivers and license portability regulations are changing daily. Gather the latest regulatory updates during emergency response times during COVID-19 from government authorities and local healthcare providers.
Our healthcare exclusion and license verification solution has enabled this customer to have clarity in our exact-match automated results straight from primary sources.
We've partnered with this health system for over 8 years, and have helped them stay compliant and optimize their team workflows for ongoing provider and vendor monitoring.
Learn more about Joint Commission compliance requirements, the auditing process for healthcare administrators, and some of the common gaps in ongoing license verification and credential monitoring for providers.
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, including regulatory changes and best practices for the tracking and management of licenses and certifications.
Learn more about how to verify healthcare licenses from the primary source and discover best practices of monitoring for sanctions and disciplinary actions.
What's the difference between healthcare pre-employment screening and ongoing employee monitoring? This helpful post breaks down how your healthcare organization can ensure compliance from pre-hire on.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” At least that is what Benjamin Franklin said a century ago. He is right, and that was insightful - even before his face would appear on U.S. currency. Little did he know how many “Benjamins” it would cost a healthcare company in fines for non-compliance with licenses.
Nursing Boards have been proactive in making it easier for nurses to have a license in one state that is accepted in another state. The Nurse Licensure Compact allows for Nurses to have one multistate license, with the ability to practice both in their home state and other compact states. To date, there are 25 states that have enacted legislation accepting the Compact effect in their state.
"The moment you meet a stranger, both of your brains are making thousands of computations at lightening speed to make major decision about one another," according to an article in Forbes. This only take seven seconds. It only takes seven seconds to make a first impression.