COMPLETE HEALTHCARE PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER DATA MANAGEMENT

COMPREHENSIVE SOLUTIONS FOR ALL 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

Data-driven SaaS platforms and cloud search portals streamline credentialing and license verification so only competent providers treat patients on their devices.

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.

Meet Our Lineup

Verisys’ Solutions Help You Protect Patients, Reduce Risk, and Maintain Compliance

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

Verisys and Aperture Move Ahead Under Verisys Brand

Verisys and Aperture Move Ahead Under Verisys Brand

Verisys is the go-forward name for the combined company. The Aperture brand will be retired. In addition, Verisys will be headquartered in Aperture’s former home office of Louisville, Ky. “We chose the Verisys name because of its recognition as the top technology brand in provider and employer data management,” said Verisys CEO Charlie Falcone. “Together, our comprehensive platforms give our clients peace of mind about their provider credentialing, provider directories, and background screening.” The name change will not affect the products and services provided by the combined company. As we make decisions...

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The Importance of Primary Source Verification on Provider Credentials

The Importance of Primary Source Verification on Provider Credentials

In light of our recent National Primary Source Verification Month, we are republishing Hugh Greeley’s post on primary source verification, the ways that primary sources can be accessed, and updates surrounding verification. These standards are necessary for healthcare organizations to re-familiarize themselves with as the credentialing and recredentialing processes that changed temporarily due to COVID-19, are returning to the former protocol. For the medical staff services team at a hospital to properly verify a healthcare provider’s credentials, at least a half dozen primary sources would have to be...

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Benefits of Governance, Risk, and Compliance Automation

Benefits of Governance, Risk, and Compliance Automation

As the healthcare industry is increasingly targeted for data theft and fraud, information security has emerged as a top priority for healthcare institutions. In 2020, more large healthcare breaches were reported than in any other year since the HITECH Act mandated the publication of breaches. In 2020, over 29 million healthcare records were breached; a 25% increase from the previous year. Healthcare organizations’ increased reliance on telemedicine has led to new technological risks for the entire healthcare industry but especially for governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) programs, creating a need...

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The Difference Between Provider Credentialing and Provider Enrollment

The Difference Between Provider Credentialing and Provider Enrollment

Provider credentialing and provider enrollment are necessary for healthcare organizations to receive payment from insurance and government payers. Although the processes are related, they each require several steps which are quite distinct. Provider credentialing is the process by which organizations verify that a provider’s credentials are current and valid. Provider enrollment consists of gathering information to help insurance companies recognize providers’ participation in their network. 9 Steps of Provider Credentialing Provider credentialing is performed to verify that a provider’s credentials (such as...

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Federal and State Level Exclusion Lists to Monitor

Federal and State Level Exclusion Lists to Monitor

Navigating Exclusion Lists for Healthcare Compliance Healthcare institutions must monitor countless lists to stay in compliance; it’s a complex web of regulation. Some lists that should be continuously monitored include federal sources such as the List of Excluded Individuals/Entities (LEIE) (which falls under the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), and the SAM.gov list, which includes a broader set of debarments and exclusions. Additionally, 43 state exclusion lists and Medicaid lists should also be monitored, making screening programs difficult to maintain. Here’s what healthcare providers and institutions...

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