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Protect Patients from Incompetent or Excluded Practitioners

With an influx of changes to medical credentialing and regulations, there is also increased risk for healthcare organizations to stay in compliance. A compliance program that leverages the right technology alongside the appropriate strategy can decrease healthcare organizations’ risk of fines and penalties due to noncompliance and facilitate the highest level of patient care. Here’s…

New Jersey Provider Exclusion Screening

To guard against fraud and abuse and keep patients and healthcare entities safe, the federal government maintains a database of medical providers who have been convicted of fraud and are excluded from participation in government-funded healthcare programs. This database, called the List of Excluded Individuals and Entities (LEIE), can be found on the website of…

How to Screen Your Non-Employed Provider Populations

With a growing number of contracted, referring, ordering, and prescribing physicians, you may interact with many providers who aren’t employees of your practice. Although these providers are not subject to your credentialing and privileging process, you are still responsible for verifying that these providers aren’t excluded at a state or federal level from providing services….

Why Comprehensive Sanctions Screenings Are Important to Healthcare Organizations

While sanctions lists are constantly evolving and expanding, compliance with Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) standards are also becoming more stringent. This means that ensuring effective and regular screenings is more difficult than ever. A medical sanction can be detrimental to both the excluded individual as well as the affiliated…

An In-Depth Look at The OIG Exclusion List

The OIG Exclusion List is the Foundation of Provider Screening The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) oversee the reimbursement of health care providers who serve beneficiaries of federally funded programs. The Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) maintains and…

What Is the OIG Exclusion List?

Since 1977, the federal government has provided a list of providers who are excluded from receiving payments from the federal government for committing certain violations. In its current form, this database is known as the List of Excluded Individuals/Entities (LEIE) and is managed by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) at Health and Human…