Building compliance into supply chain processes reduces risk for organizations while increasing efficiency. Learn about the new capability to identify un-credentialed trading partners in the Exchange so you can better prioritize your credentialing efforts to avoid penalties and minimize fraud.
Joseph Dickinson, Counsel at Tucker Ellis LLP and former Chief Privacy and Chief Information Security Officer at The MetroHealth System and Jackie McGuinn, GHX Sr Manager of Strategic Marketing discuss updates on OCR HIPAA audits related to business associates, managing ongoing business associate relationships to foster a culture of privacy and compliance and tips on operationalizing business associate management to achieve satisfactory assurances
GHX offers a complete solution for vendor management and contracting that leverages our network of 68,000 credentialed vendors, representing virtually every category of spend. With access to this vast network of better vendor data and integrated solutions, you are positioned to streamline every stage of the contracting lifecycle, as well as make decisions that better support your supply chain goals.
Our Vendor Manager solution positions you to consolidate, authenticate and gain visibility into 100 percent of your current and potential vendors for in-house efficiency and increased U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) compliance, as monitored by the Office of Inspector General (OIG). Until you have visibility into all vendors and their company level data, you will be challenged to eliminate shadow spending within your organization, as well as the risks associated with doing business with non-sanctioned, non-verified vendors.
Forrest General expands its vendor credentialing program and meets DNV accreditation with a consistent method of controlling and monitoring vendor access, as well as all vendor financial information, using GHX Credentialing solutions.
Greenville Health System implements GHX Vendormate Credentialing - meets accreditation requirements for onsite vendors and establishes a way to lock formulary and control product spend with a new approval process.
Palmetto Health implemented GHX vendor credentialing and access management solutions to gain better visibility and control over its vendor population, improve compliance with internal policies and with regulatory and industry requirements.
Torrance Memorial, a credentialing customer since 2008, trusts GHX to help with other compliance and supply chain challenges including contract management, business associate management and vendor onboarding.
UMC Health System engaged GHX Consulting and Managed Services teams in a strategic effort to increase contract compliance, saving the organization $418,000. Additionally, UMC reduced price exceptions, increased contract compliance rates, identified key performance indicators (KPIs) for ongoing tracking and performance improvement, and more.
GHX offers consulting services to complement our Compliance Document Management solution with expertise and resources to optimize business associate management and address a vital area of HIPAA compliance.
Better manage your compliance goals and be prepared for external regulatory audits with Vendormate Credentialing. This brochure illustrates several options for badging vendor representatives as they seek access to your healthcare facility.
Healthcare industry compliance and sanction requirements apply to entities and to individuals. GHX Vendormate Credentialing screens and validates critical data to meet your goals for both groups. This brochure outlines the levels of screening requirements needed from basic to most expansive.
GHX has identified and compiled common credentialing requirements among healthcare providers for vendor representatives. This list is based on the requirements set forth for HCIRs by numerous governmental and healthcare industry organizations for clinical and non-clinical areas.
A one-page infographic that provides key facts pertaining to the HIPAA Final Omnibus Rule, which expanded the definition and security responsibility around business associates (BAs). Healthcare organizations must act now to minimize risk of willful neglect and related fines.