We take our role in healthcare seriously and hold ourselves to the highest data and industry standards. We are proud to maintain the highest level of compliance.
Verisys is certified by NCQA for 11/11 of the verification services:
- License to Practice
- DEA or CDS Certification
- Education and Training
- Board Certification Status
- Work History
- Malpractice Claims History
- State Licensing Board Sanctions
- Medicare/Medicaid Sanctions
- Practitioner Application Processing
- Application and Attestation Content
- Ongoing Monitoring of Sanctions
Verisys is a credentialing verificaiton organization fully accredited by URAC.
Since 1991, URAC has been an independent leader in creating standards for quality health care — working with its members through accreditation, education and measurement. This is to ensure that affiliated organizations in the health care industry are held to the high standards of validated commitment, high quality, and transparent accountability.
The prestigious symbol of excellence is only available for display to companies that undergo a rigorous process of accreditation, outlined by a broad range of stakeholders, and committed to protect consumers and providers of health care.
ISO 27001 Certified
Being ISO 27001 Certified validates our commitment to our core mission of protecting patients and the organizations that serve them.
The ISO 27001 family of standards is one of the few standards that uses a top-down, risk-based approach to evaluation and ensures that organizations have established methodologies and a framework that identify requirements and specifications for a comprehensive ISMS. The standard defines how an organization should manage and treat information more securely while meeting key objectives and reducing risk through applicable security controls.
SOC 2 Certified
SOC 2 certification is relevant to service organizations and measured on a trust services criteria. Certification is based on reports based on an organization’s controls relevant to security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, or privacy. Detailed information and assurance about the controls at a service organization play an important role in oversight of the organization, vendor management programs, internal corporate governance, risk management processes, and regulatory oversight. This certification assures the suitabililty of the design and operating effectiveness of controls in place.
Founded in 1887, the AICPA was created from the guiding principles of the CPA profession. The organization represents the tenets of rules and standards. Why they are made, how they are made, and how they are measured and enforced. The organization serves in an advocacy role before professional organizations, public interest groups, and legislative bodies. The AICPA established the profession of accounting and distinguished it as such by prescribed professional standards, a code of ethics, education, licensure, and a commitment to serving the best interests of its community.