COMPLETE PROVIDER DATA, WORKFORCE DATA, AND RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT

COMPREHENSIVE SOLUTIONS FOR
HEALTHCARE MARKETS

HEALTH PLANS

Achieve compliance and strategic network management objectives with a streamlined, comprehensive approach to provider data management.

HOSPITALS AND HEALTH SYSTEMS

Simplify the credentialing and provider data management process and reduce the time from onboarding to revenue.

RETAIL PHARMACIES

Put your customers first and assure staff compliance through exclusion screening, credentialing, and continuous monitoring. Your community relies on you.

TELEHEALTH

Streamline credentialing and license verification so only competent providers treat patients with our data-driven SaaS platforms and cloud search portals.

STATE MEDICAID AGENCIES

Serve your community and improve access to quality providers by automating and streamlining credentialing and enrollment for a healthy and thriving population.

PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES

Protect your reputation and credibility with transparency on every individual and entity that contributes to your go-to-market products.

RESELLERS

Give your customers the best data, analytics, and user-friendly platforms for their background screening needs. We’ve made it our business to serve your business.

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Verisys’ SolutIons Help You Credential Healthcare Providers, Publish Provider Directories, Conduct Background Screening, and More

FACIS is the gold standard of data for exclusions, debarments, sanctions, and disciplinary actions derived from thousands of primary sources covering all jurisdictions and taxonomies.

CheckMedic is a SaaS platform that streamlines end-to-end provider credentialing, monitoring, and data management.
VerisysConnect offers an efficient and highly accurate means to perform data inquires and primary source verification for provider credentialing and compliance through its self-serve engine.
Enrollment accelerates and simplifies the application, verification, and attestation process for network providers.
Data Services improves data accuracy, timeliness, and quality by eliminating inaccurate and incomplete provider data.
Provider Directory meets compliance and consumer demands for easy-to-use online, mobile, and printed formats.
Verified License Search and Status, VLSS, assures that the licenses, registrations, and certifications held by a provider are current, in good standing, and in line with credentialing, privileging, and enrollment requirements.
ProviderCheck gives an instant pass/fail status on the five critical data points of a prescriber’s status. Dispense and file claims with certainty.
Network Management strengthens your provider relationship management with a custom Salesforce app.

From the Verisys Blog

Simplify Your Medical Credentialing Process With a Credentialing Software Solution

Simplify Your Medical Credentialing Process With a Credentialing Software Solution

For many healthcare organizations, it’s difficult to keep up with medical credentialing – after all, you are in the business of healing, not chasing after provider data. Whether you use paper, spreadsheets, email, or fax, the credentialing process can be long and frustrating when you’re doing it internally. What’s the solution? Medical credentialing software. It saves time, reduces administrative burden, improves accuracy, and helps maintain compliance. The Medical Credentialing and Privileging Processes It’s important for a practitioner to be credentialed and have privileges granted before beginning to...

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Can Your Hospital Afford Not to Outsource Credentialing?

Can Your Hospital Afford Not to Outsource Credentialing?

As the number of satellite facilities per provider increases and the definition of healthcare expands, it adds to healthcare organizations’ burdens–not just in providing care, but also in terms of the administrative burden and costs necessary to maintain a practice. By outsourcing medical credentialing, hospitals can significantly reduce their costs. The Cost of Inhouse Medical Credentialing Due to the complex nature of medical credentialing, it requires coordination between several disparate departments within an organization. According to recent surveys of major metropolitan hospitals, departments that...

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Is Your Medical Credentialing Taking Too Long?

Is Your Medical Credentialing Taking Too Long?

The credentialing process for hospitals and health systems prioritizes in-depth research and meticulous accuracy, which means that it is not a speedy process, often taking from 90 to 120 days to complete. However, verifying a provider’s credentials is essential. Primary source verification must be done to confirm a provider’s education, professional license and certifications, medical training, work history, references, and more. A healthcare facility’s accountability and overall reputation are dependent upon rigorous credentialing processes compliant with governing regulatory bodies, such as the National...

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Telehealth Regulations: What’s In, What’s Out

Telehealth Regulations: What’s In, What’s Out

As the pandemic continues into the winter months and COVID disruptions continue to affect the healthcare workforce, states, payers, and providers should be aware of recent changes that will affect telehealth services and access to telemedicine. Providers and payers should pay attention to the following updates on both the state and federal level. State-Level Changes Affecting Telehealth Services Alabama The State of Alabama state of emergency Proclamation by the Governor which extended the public health emergency until Oct. 31, 2021, has been allowed to expire. This public health order included: Emergency care...

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Medical Provider Credentialing 101

Medical Provider Credentialing 101

While medical credentialing might be considered a modern concept, credentialing dates as far back as the practice of medicine itself. The first documentation of medical credentialing can be traced to 1000 BC by the ancient Persian, Zoroaster, in which physician licensure was outlined in The Vendidad, the book of the law. The Vendidad stated that in order to earn the right to practice medicine a candidate had to prove himself by successfully treating three heretics. If all three lived he was considered fit to practice medicine. If all three died, the candidate was denied the right to practice for the entirety of...

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