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OIG exclusions and monitoring screening

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SimpleCheck is screened daily and the results are updated nightly with the latest OIG and SAM records. Each screening uses the social security, license number, or NPI number to find exact matches. SimpleCheck will notify you of anyone that shows up on the list. In addition, you will get a monthly report of each screening.

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OIG Exclusion Screening

Through the exclusion screening process, healthcare organizations can identify whether an individual is excluded from participation in state or federal health care programs.

What is the LEIE?

This acronym stands for the List of Excluded Individuals and Entities. Being on this list implies that a party is sanctioned from performing any services or providing goods associated with public healthcare programs.

How can employers determine whether an individual or entity is on the OIG exclusions list?

Warnings are not sent out when someone is entered into the OIG exclusions list. Instead, employers must perform a search of several databases to determine whether their employee is excluded.

Some databases that must be searched include; the Federal Office of the Inspector General’s Exclusion List database; SAM.gov; and each state’s Medicaid Exclusion Database. Some states may require employers to search other databases as well.

How do you perform an OIG exclusion screening search?

An OIG exclusion screening search involves several key steps, they are as follows:

  • The employer goes to the database they intended to search.
  • Then the employer enters their employee’s name and date of birth.
  • Now a list of potential matches will be presented. This list will contain all individuals with similar names and birth dates.
  • Employers now must check to see if the excluded person is, in fact, their employee.
  • For the best results, it is imperative that employers search for every version of an employee’s name, including their maiden names, combined names, and even shortened diminutives.