Accurately track audit logs, email reports, and code tables. Create user profiles and control access.
Quickly filter contracts to see them by staff assignments, date signed, those requiring a Fair Market Value, etc.
An index of providers for the U.S. that integrates data from three federal databases that utilize NPI registry information.
View Physician's contract type, specialty, and what practice they belong to
See the duration of an action item and the date it was created on
See the status and progress of each Physician's Contract
View and edit Physician's NPI, DEA, Medicare PTAN, and Medicare number
View and edit Physician's Name, Title, and, Category
See if they are an excluded physician
See their status and gain the ability to activate/deactivate personnel status
View and edit contract type, specialty, entity, and practice
See the contract's effective and expiration dates
See who the contract is assigned to, the contracts status, and whether or not it requires board approval
Contractual change reports, financial reports, and physician alignment report are sent at midnight on the 1st of each month
Excluded Providers Reports are sent at midnight after HHS release their updates
Financial Reports are sent on October 1st of each year
Approved Compensation Coversheets are sent as PDF when approved by Financial Operations
See what year the contract is for, contract type, as well as effective and experation dates
See salary reviews, quality reviews and expiration type
See amendments, Proxy wRVU, and FMV
Risk factors related to high-risk procedures and medications, as well as indicators of patient volume and facilities covered by the provider.
Integrate relevant databases as well as the medical practice exclusion databases for individuals on our providers list within.
Integrate several legal databases in the application and search/score providers based on these databases.
As hospitals enter into contracts with more and more physicians, keeping up with contract terms and conditions becomes challenging and legally important. If not tracked carefully, the contracts may expire without notice and terms may have been changed during the course of the physician’s contract.
Our interface provides the user an intuitive means to ensure that all required pieces of information have been filled in before the contract start date.
No, all contracts regardless of type (physician, affiliated, or acquisition) and status (active or archived) are managed in one location.
Documents can be associated to multiple contracts, with each document view having its own page for making edits. Any changes made on one document takes affect on all linked contracts.
Each hospital is unique in terms of its staff expertise, administration, leadership, communication, profile of services, patient demographics, and community. As a result it is likely that each hospital will have a different profile of strong compliance areas and processes as well as some that may need improvement.
The application indicates the progress of each contract and provides a big picture view of all contracts. It also tracks audit logs, email reports, and user profiles.