COMPLETE HEALTHCARE PROVIDER AND WORKFORCE DATA 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.

Meet Our Lineup

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

Who Are Locum Tenens Providers and What Do They Do?

Who Are Locum Tenens Providers and What Do They Do?

Locum tenens is Latin for placeholder. A locum tenens physician takes the place of a provider when they are absent — a substitute. In the early 1970s, a federal grant was awarded to the University of Utah for the purpose of providing physician staffing services to rural health clinics in medically underserved areas of the western United States. If a hospital or health clinic did not have a specialty surgeon or provider on staff, they could bring on a locum tenens provider for that specific surgery or service. The program proved so successful that many hospital administrators and physicians began calling for...

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How the No Surprises Act Will Affect Provider Directory Search

How the No Surprises Act Will Affect Provider Directory Search

Starting January 1, 2022, group health plans and insurers that provide benefits for emergency services may not impose any administrative requirement or limitation on benefits for out-of-network emergency services that are more restrictive than the requirements or limitations that apply to in-network emergency services. Out-of-network providers will not be allowed to bill patients for more than the in-network cost-sharing due under a patients’ insurance. Health plans will have to treat these out-of-network services as if they were in-network when calculating patient cost-sharing. While this creates more choices...

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What Is a Healthcare Compliance Audit?

What Is a Healthcare Compliance Audit?

Healthcare is a high-risk industry; auditing is the systematic and objective process that mitigates risk. Healthcare compliance requires objectivity and accountability through independent review by a variety of auditing boards and institutions. A healthcare compliance audit evaluates strengths and weaknesses within a compliance program. Best compliance program practices also include exclusion screening for your providers, secure patient information technology, and optimized billing systems. Healthcare compliance audits are accompanied by reports that specify corrective actions and process changes to maximize...

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The Importance of NCQA Certification for CVOs

The Importance of NCQA Certification for CVOs

The Importance of NCQA Certification for CVOs Verifying credentials for practitioners and affiliated organizations is a key component of patient safety in healthcare. To perform thorough, efficient, and accurate credentialing, a credentials verification organization (CVO) must have proper procedures, processes, and provider and workforce data in place. Federal healthcare organizations such as The Joint Commission (TJC) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) allow CVOs to verify credentials on behalf of healthcare organizations, but before CVOs can perform these services, they must follow a process...

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Defining Roles of the Credentialing Process

Defining Roles of the Credentialing Process

In this blog, Hugh Greeley identifies the four distinct parties and the primary activities of each party’s role involved in credentialing a new applicant for medical staff appointment. He recommends clear delegation and understanding the sequence for maximum efficiency. Reducing redundancy minimizes the stress on all four parties involved in the process. Reducing the amount of time it takes to fully credential and grant privileges to a provider creates a faster track to treating patients and subsequently revenue. Contributed by Hugh Greeley This message addresses basic provider credentialing guidelines for...

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