Exclusion monitoring and license verification are critical tools for ensuring compliance, program integrity, and patient safety. It’s vital to continuously monitor all primary sources at both the federal and state levels to guarantee the most qualified providers are caring for your patients.
In this webinar we outline best practices for connecting and coordinating your Compliance and HR teams, processes, and operations in the back half of 2021 and as you plan for 2022.
Verifying healthcare licenses can be extremely complex and time-consuming, especially if it’s done through manual processes. Is your organization’s license monitoring process a manual one or does it involve multiple systems that don’t talk to each other? Learn more about what a low-quality license verification process could be costing your organization.
We are excited to announce our newest innovation! Our newest feature allows you to proactively manage your populations instead of constantly editing and reviewing files.
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.
We are excited to introduce our newest innovation! Instantly screen new providers for exclusions when they enter your workflow, then add them to ongoing exclusion monitoring for continued peace of mind.
In this webinar, we explore how smarter OIG and State Medicaid exclusion monitoring can result in a safer healthcare experience for everyone. Learn how your organization can better protect some of healthcare’s most vulnerable patient populations and connect compliance monitoring success back to patients.
OIG exclusion list monitoring is critical for healthcare organizations. But sometimes, excluded providers can go undetected for years. In this post, we explore how our data enrichment strategy caught a previously undetected exclusion that impressed the OIG enough for them to drop an investigation against our client.
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.