Primary Source Verification

Verify information right from the source!

The foundation of credentialing rests upon the verification of licensing, education, standing and other key factors of provider’s eligibility to practice medicine. When inspecting the different aspects of verification the information must be obtained from the primary source or equivalent. A primary source is a source which the information is issued. Examples of primary sources may be:

  • Educational Institutions such as college, medical schools and residency or fellowship hosts
  • License verifications
  • Exclusionary database verification
  • Malpractice Insurance Verification
  • Licensure Verification (Medical License/s)
  • Education/Training
  • CDS Cert (If applicable)
  • NPI Verification
  • Work History Verification
  • Work History Verification
  • Employment Gaps
  • NPDB
  • FSMB

  • AMA
  • Board Certificate Verification
  • Malpractice Claims Run
  • Hospital Privileges
  • References
  • Peer Reviews
  • Medicare Opt out
  • OIG
  • SAM
  • OIG
  • State Specific Exclusion (If applicable)
  • Background Checks

Checking multiple sources takes time and each source is equally important. An error in made during initial primary source verification can lead to issues with billing, provider enrollments, privileging and more.

Features

Professional primary source verification service

Automatic logging within the QuickCred software

Customizable Reporting of all kinds

Contact QuickCred today to see how using advanced primary source verification services can help ensure proper and efficient credentialing.


Contact the credentialing at QuickCred today to see how using advanced primary source verification services can help ensure proper and efficient credentialing.