Recognize Sanctioned Individuals through FACIS®

HireRight’s Health Care Sanction Monitoring helps health care organizations maintain compliance by identifying through the Fraud and Abuse Control Information System (FACIS®), on an ongoing basis, employees and contractors who have been sanctioned or excluded from participating in federal and state health care programs.

HireRight’s Health Care Sanction Monitoring uses automation to streamline the process, instill consistency, and deliver an easy-toread summary report. Rather than having to sort through hundreds or thousands of records, the report identifies employees and contractors with adverse information.

Key Benefits
  • Protect patient safety
  • Maintain compliance
  • Help avoid civil penalties

Levels of Service

Employees and contractors are checked against the Fraud and Abuse Control Information System (FACIS®) to identify sanction information collected by the OIG, GSA, DEA, FDA, ORI, TRICARE, and various other federal agencies. The information reported in this level meets the government’s minimum requirements for sanction screening as set forth in the OIG Compliance Program Guidance.

Includes all of the searches in Level 1 plus 35 + state Medicaid exclusion lists.

Combines FACIS® 1—which searches multiple federal agencies with disciplinary action information—with available 
state agency searches conducted in one state of your choice.

Combines FACIS® 1—which searches multiple federal agencies with disciplinary action information—with available FACIS® 2 searches conducted in all 50 states. For a more detailed description of the federal agencies, state agencies, and licensing boards included in the different levels, please see HireRight’s Health Care Sanction Check Advantage product brief.

HireRight Health Care Sanctions Monitoring (FACIS)

HireRight’s Health Care Sanction Monitoring continually checks employee and contractor rosters against a variety of sanction lists to help health care organizations:

  • Protect patient safety – Perform ongoing screening of employees and contractors to identify those individuals with adverse information who pose a safety risk to patients.
  • Maintain compliance – Conduct a comprehensive, ongoing sanctions check to prevent the organization from being sanctioned or losing accreditation and allow it to participate in federal and state health programs.
  • Avoid civil penalties – Implement consistent ongoing screening policies as required by federal law to protect the organization from monetary fines

Key Features

Will return the following information:

  • Full name
  • Date of birth
  • Social Security Number
  • Address
  • Date of effective expiration or reinstatement
  • Sanction or disciplinary information