Utilize critical data sources to fight fraud in your programs
Each year, instances of healthcare fraud cost the U.S. Government tens of billions of dollars. As technology continues to advance and change, strategies to defraud healthcare programs become more sophisticated, increasing associated costs. Therefore, health and human services professionals and investigators need a solution that helps to investigate and uncovers critical data points that other resources miss. Thomson Reuters CLEAR combines countless data sources to streamline your workflow, uncover potentially unknown details, and help your agency identify fraudulent activity other investigative tools may never even see.
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What you get when you use CLEAR to identify healthcare fraud, waste and abuse
Connect to live-feed data including real-time records, phone numbers, addresses, social security numbers, relatives, businesses, and more.
See where and when data came from to feel confident you are referencing the most current and accurate data during searches.
Select your own features and data inclusions to view results, reports, dashboards, and alerts that matter most to you.
Interact with results highlighting connections between individuals, businesses, and aliases that might be enabling fraud, waste and abuse.
Search thousands of subjects and businesses in seconds, finding results that fit your schedule, budget and agency requirements.
Access professional licensure, National Provider Identifier (NPI), and sanction records from all professional healthcare taxonomies by state.
Why trust CLEAR
Prevent provider fraud within programs
Fraud, waste and abuse committed by healthcare providers is a growing trend resulting in billions of dollars of loss to government programs and beneficiaries. With tens of thousands of providers offering treatment and services, it’s easy to see how criminal and fraudulent activity can go unnoticed by Program Integrity professionals.
How CLEAR helps
The easiest way to prevent provider fraud is to stop bad actors or known fraudsters from entering the healthcare programs to begin with. CLEAR provides nation-wide access to credit header information, criminal records and NPI records to ensure fraud stays out of your programs.
Fighting the opioid epidemic
Daily, reports surface regarding the impact of opioid incidents on families, and the associated costs on Government agencies. You need trusted resources that can help identify prescribers who may be overprescribing and conducting pain management fraud – protecting the communities you serve.
How CLEAR helps
Thoroughly investigating suspected or reported fraud, waste and abuse takes time and resources. CLEAR delivers you with trusted personal and professional records to look into past criminal history, fraud activity, or program and patient abuse. This means you can be more confident you are finding new information to continue your investigation.
Determine validity of identities
As identity theft and financial fraud continue to grow, government program risk increases with the wide span of programs and perceived loopholes by fraudsters. Even using a small fraction of a real identity, fraud, waste and abuse against programs using synthetic identities creates new issues for Program Integrity professionals.
How CLEAR ID Confirm helps
CLEAR ID Confirm is a fully customizable solution designed to validate that an identity of a beneficiary exists, enabling agencies to prioritize investigations for identities that may be falsified.
Manage vendor risk
Whether buying office supplies or reviewing vendors and businesses for large procurements, who your agency does business with creates risk for fraud, both intentional and unintentional. Completing the due diligence on the business and associated individuals is burdensome.
How CLEAR helps
Creating repeatable processes to evaluate vendors means you and your agency can be better protected from fraud. CLEAR allows you to automate and customize your risk analysis and vendor assessment to fit your unique decision-making requirements, enabling your team to move faster and act confidently in making decisions.
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Advanced CLEAR capabilities
CLEAR ID Confirm provides configurable identity verification for providers, beneficiaries and vendors through an array of current data to see if identities actually exist.
For large-scale data work or investigations, Batch volume searching identifies current information from the CLEAR public records databases for individuals and businesses.
CLEAR data can integrate into customized workflow solutions through an Application Program Interface (API), keeping your familiar, internal system, but increasing your data value.
Quickly review risk indicators such as arrests, bankruptcies, redundant SSNs, synthetic identity, and more across state and federal criminal jurisdictions.
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