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Medical Industry Screenings


Healthcare Sanctions, Healthcare Credentialing, OIG, SAM, OFAC



Instant, 1-2 Days

What You Need to Know

Omnidelve LLC has also partnered with the American Medical Association and the Federation of State Medical Boards to bring the best products to our clients.  In addition to the partners, we also make use of each states information repository for credentialling healthcare providers. 

Omnidelve's platform handles the logistics of scheduling candidates and reviewing results so you can manage everything in one central system. With Omnidelve, you get:

A better candidate experience

Checkr’s mobile-optimized candidate portal filters clinics by type and allows candidates to self-schedule.

A more efficient process

Electronic chain of custody forms (eCCF) and a closed loop solution speeds turnaround times.

A customizable solution

Customize your employment physical exam and drug test packages based on regulations and positions.

When to Use

In addition to confirming candidates are in proper physical, mental and emotional condition to perform their job, a pre-employment health screening may be used to:

Maintain a safe workplace

Manage health risk factors for employees (including drug testing) to help keep themselves and others safe on the job.

Comply with regulations

Federal and state laws may require healthcare pre-employment health screening for employees, and DOT pre-hire screenings for drivers.

Limit risk and minimize liability

Routine employment physical exams and drug tests may reduce liability in the event of an accident.

Promote employee well-being

Supporting a culture of health and wellness improves productivity and leads to overall lower health costs.

Advance health and safety

Identifying potential illnesses early is beneficial for employees and may prevent the spread of disease.

Support a safe return to work

Using an occupational health screening after an injury helps ensure it’s safe for the employee to return to work.

What is Revealed

Healthcare Sanctions Check & Screening:

  • OIG, SAM & More!

  • Comply with federal regulations and confirm your healthcare practitioners are in good standing.

What Is A Healthcare Sanctions Check?

A Healthcare Compliance Search is a screening tool for providing insight into a healthcare professional’s medical background, searching more than 1,000 government sources and lists for any penalties, suspensions, or punitive or disciplinary actions taken against a healthcare professional.

These include the following lists:

  1. Federal HHS

  2. OIG Exclusion

  3. System for Award Management (SAM)

  4. OFAC (Office of Foreign Asset Control)

A healthcare compliance search checks for adverse actions against individuals or entities sanctioned in the healthcare field. Typically, this search returns the following information:

  1. Medicare and Medicaid exclusions list

  2. Disciplinary actions

  3. Exclusions

  4. Disbarment

  5. Letters of reprimand

  6. Probation


Why A Healthcare Sanctions Check Is Critical

The US Department of Health & Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) guidance bars healthcare organizations from hiring anyone who has been sanctioned or “excluded” from participating in federal programs such as Medicare and Medicaid.

Individuals may be on the OIG Exclusion list for reasons including:

  • A conviction of Medicare or Medicaid fraud

  • Patient abuse or neglect

  • Felony convictions for healthcare-related fraud, theft, or other financial misconduct

  • Felony convictions relating to the unlawful manufacture, distribution, prescription, or dispensing of controlled substances

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