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CheckMedicTM MedPassTM for Medical Staff

Learn about expediting Phase I credentialing for clinicians with CheckMedic MedPass for Medical Staff from Verisys.


Finally, the easiest, smartest solution to obsolete, time-consuming health care credentialing processes is here. It’s the CheckMedic™ MedPass™ – a customized, online profile containing the credentials, background data and selfreported information of each health care provider, from physicians and nurses, to therapists and technicians. It will revolutionize your practice, your hospital – your community – now and into the future.

The CheckMedic MedPass gives you powerful benefits, including:

  • Paperless, verified credentialing data
  • One-time set-up
  • Lowers credentialing, recruitment and onboarding costs
  • Speeds new appointments and privileging
  • Continually monitors data that can change over time
  • Gives professional review committees more relevant provider data
  • Helps eliminate application-processing fees
  • Does not require a bylaws amendment
  • Follows providers throughout their careers
  • Confidential, safe, secure
  • Powered by Verisys, the nation’s leading credentials verification organization

 

Register today at: www.CheckMedic.com

Imagine streamlining credentialing with a web-based solution that puts health care providers in charge of their data. Handles peer references in days. Speeds privileging. And eliminates costly, redundant processes. That’s what you get with CheckMedic™, the online solution to today’s complex health care environment. Accurate and comprehensive, it ensures that the credentials of every provider have been checked and verified, saving you time, money and effort.

CheckMedic continually monitors and verifies credentialing data that can change over time, alerts you of provider status changes, includes screening services and more. Set-up is easy. After you register for an account, invite your providers to create a customized MedPass™ profile containing their credentials, verified background data and self-reported information.