Screening Packages

Physician Background Check

All types of health care organizations, such as hospitals, health systems, acute care facilities, specialty hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals and long-term care centers, use background checks to promote patient and employee safety.
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Nurse Background Check

HireRight can customize a package of screening services based on best practices that help health care organization mitigate risks to patient and employee safety, fines and penalties.
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Nurse Aide Background Check

Nurse aides are also known as nursing assistants, Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), geriatric aides, unlicensed assistive personnel, orderlies or hospital attendants. Nurse aides conduct their daily activities under the supervision of nursing and medical staff, and are not permitted to perform many duties associated with nurses.
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Home Health Aide Background Check

A home health aide is a caregiver to individuals who are unable to care for themselves. Someone in this role performs routine tasks such as changing bandages or dressing as well as personal tasks such as bathing, dressing or grooming a patient.
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Medical Assistant Background Check

A medical assistant typically performs administrative and clinical tasks for a health care professional, such as a doctor or dentist, in their office or a health care facility.
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EMT and Paramedic Background Check

An emergency medical technician (EMT) or paramedic responds to a life-or-death situation by going to the scene to care for an injured individual. They attempt to identify the extent of the injury and administer care on the spot, and then transport the patient to a hospital or other health care facility for further treatment.
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Medical Records Technician Background Check

A medical records technician (MRT) may not have direct contact to patients but they do have access to sensitive patient data. Organizations can run a background check on the individual’s employment history, gain insight on the applicant’s professional background through a reference check, and identify if the applicant has a criminal record history.
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Pharmacy Technician Background Check

A pharmacy technician is a health care worker who generally reports to a pharmacist at a hospital, rehabilitation facility, long-term care center, retail pharmacy, insurance or pharmaceutical company. Organizations should confirm that the individual doesn’t have a criminal history or any disciplinary actions that would exclude the employee from working in a health care facility.
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Physical Therapist Background Check

A physical therapist helps patients regain their strength, improve mobility and manage pain after an illness, injury or surgery. Organizations can run a background check on the individual’s employment and education history, confirm an applicant’s professional license, identify if the applicant has a criminal record history and initiate a broad search of national sex offender registries.
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Volunteer Background Check

With volunteers serving such critical roles in the health care industry, it’s important that organizations seek and only accept individuals who have been background checked especially since they may work with some of the most vulnerable populations.
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Vendor Background Check

Not screening vendors poses a risk to patient and employee safety, and to the organization’s compliance and brand. Since vendors may be in direct contact with sensitive information and vulnerable populations, it is the organization’s responsibility to evaluate the history of the entire extended workforce that walks through its doors.
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