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EverCheck is an electronic system for license verification, providing ongoing monitoring of your employee’s healthcare licenses while meeting the primary source standards for Joint Commission and DNV Healthcare. Verification results are gathered and summarized daily enabling your organization to quickly take action on any employee licensure problems.

Evercheck

 •  January 31

Remember the movie Catch Me If You Can where Frank Abagnale fraudulently impersonates an emergency physician? That was based on a true story. The Joint Commission and other agencies have rigorous standards in place to help safeguard the public against this very thing from happening. Some of these requirements include verifying the credentials of...

Evercheck

 •  January 20

It’s safe to say that many of us are glad that 2016 has come to a close, and there’s much to look forward to in 2017. As we reflect on what we are looking forward to, we couldn’t help but wonder what our friends in healthcare human resources are wishing for this year. So we reached out to one of our favorite healthcare HR thought leaders, Lotus...

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 •  September 16, 2016

It’s almost here – the 2016 ASHHRA Annual Conference in Grapevine, Texas. This conference is the ultimate gathering for those in the healthcare HR space; nearly 1,000 professionals come together to share ideas, learn, and network. Whether this is your first time attending or your 52nd, it’s important have a strategy. Here, you’ll find 5 ways to...

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 •  July 27, 2016

OIG Exclusions: A Beginner’s Guide.
Because sometimes bringing it back to the basics is most helpful. If you’re getting started in a healthcare compliance career, you’re not alone. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the field will grow by 7% through 2024. With so many healthcare compliance requirements, it can sometimes feel like...

Evercheck

 •  June 28, 2016

The landscape of healthcare compliance is dynamic; hospitals have to constantly evaluate and re-evaluate their compliance protocols. The challenge is that compliance shortfalls tend to be subtle, so this evaluation process requires a very high level of scrutiny. License compliance, in particular, is challenging because the shortcomings aren’t...

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 •  May 6, 2016

The EverCheck team is excited to announce the launch of our new mobile app, EverCheck for iPhone. Now, clients are able to access robust reporting features and receive instant notifications of important changes right from their mobile device.
With EverCheck for iPhone, you can:
Manage compliance from anywhere. Don’t let regulatory compliance chain...

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 •  March 31, 2016

Florida has elected to join the Nurse Licensure Compact, an agreement in which member states mutually recognize nursing licenses. The compact permits nurses to practice both in their home state and other states that participate.
Twenty-five states are a part of the existing Nurse Licensure Compact. The effective date for Florida is December 31,...

Evercheck

 •  April 6, 2015

So many certifications to monitor. So little time. How can you make sure that none of your employees forget to renew their certifications on time? EverCheck is automating the verification of hundreds of certifications and licenses for you already but there are some regulating agencies that do not allow for automation. So how do you keep track of ...

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 •  March 22, 2015

Under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), physicians and other practitioners must receive a certification from the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) in order to prescribe and handle controlled substances. The DEA maintains databases of individuals registered to handle these substances. EverCheck can now automate the verification and monitoring ...

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 •  March 11, 2015

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) regularly lists licensed healthcare professionals as ineligible to practice medicine. When an employee shows up on the OIG Exclusion list, you may not be able to bill for their services and you may be fined if he or she continues to practice. What are you doing to verify that none of your employees are ...