Compliance Management Solutions by EPStaffCheck™

Take the complexity out of compliance monitoring and management

Managing millions of sanction records across dozens of databases every month is time-consuming and labor-intensive. When compliance teams are understaffed or juggling competing priorities, or when turnover is too high to maintain full competency, costly mistakes happen.

At Vālenz® Health, we offer a range of compliance software and support solutions, including EPStaffCheck™, to help ensure you are not the last to know about a troubled provider. Using EPStaffCheck for your compliance management program helps your organization avoid the potential for patient harm, workplace danger, lost reimbursement dollars, civil monetary penalties, legal liability, public relations nightmares, and more.

We will deliver accuracy and streamlined simplicity, always underscored by the Valenz promise to engage early and often for smarter, better, faster healthcare.

Finding the Right Solution Has Never Been Easier

Experience Updated Service Tiers and a New E-commerce Site

As part of Valenz’s industry-leading platform of solutions for providers, EPStaffCheck features updated service tiers and easy-to-administer tools that address the full gamut of challenges facing compliance teams.

Now offering four tiers of service – Basic, Professional, Enterprise and Enhanced – this fully functional e-commerce experience allows customers to find, research and secure the appropriate EPStaffCheck service tier without the need to interact with a Valenz representative. For those who prefer full-service support, Valenz compliance teams are readily accessible via the Enhanced tier.

Single or Batch Searches

Hundreds of State-specific Databases

Full Audit Support Option

Easy User Setup and Management

Compliance Made Simple

EPStaffCheck™ curates multiple data sources in one place to simplify searching and monitoring for exclusion, licensing and disciplinary status, with searching driven by provider name, date of birth, NPI, and state license data.

Accuracy & Peace of Mind

EPStaffCheck™ optimizes searching with minimal inputs for accuracy that reduces your exposure while increasing efficiency in your team’s workflow and lowering your administrative costs.

OIG Audit-Ready

EPStaffCheck™ follows Office of Inspector General (OIG) Best Practices so you are audit-ready, with documentation trails to meet all JCAHO requirements. Across all 50 states plus U.S. territories – we have you covered.

Compliance Management for Every Need, with EPStaffCheck™

Verify and comply with streamlined simplicity. From affordable software to comprehensive service and support, we have the right solutions for your organization’s compliance monitoring program. Across all tiers of service, we deliver accuracy and audit-ready documentation trails, right to your fingertips.


  • Single Search Across Multiple Databases
  • Exclusion & License Monitoring
  • Full Audit Trail
  • Report Generation
  • Intuitive User Portal


Includes all the features of Professional, plus:

  • Individual & Batch Searches
  • Automated Batch Clearing
  • Automated Scheduling
  • Expedited Support

Enhanced: Full Service

Includes all the features of Enterprise, plus:

  • Full Account Oversight
  • Dedicated Expert Staff
  • Vendor Profile/Data Collection
  • Escalated Federal & State Verifications
  • Enterprise Reporting Functionality

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Comprehensive Searches, Customized for Your Needs

EPStaffCheck™ can search for provider, physician and vendor exclusions, sanctions, and disciplinary issues across an exhaustive range of federal, state & independent sources. These sources include, but are not limited to:

  • NPPES-NPI Provider Registry, other national registries and provider databanks
  • System for Award Management (a.k.a. SAM, formerly the Excluded Parties List System or EPLS)
  • Office of Inspector General List of Excluded Individuals/Entities (OIG LEIE)
  • Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List (SDN List) from the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)
  • CMS Preclusion List
  • Federal disbarred lists
  • Other exclusion lists from DEA, FDA, FBI, IRS, EPA, DOE, DOJ and more
  • State Medicaid sanction lists and other state disciplinary lists
  • Social Security Administration’s Death Master File (SSDMF, a.k.a. the Social Security Death Index or SSDI)
  • National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB)

Comply with Confidence:

Compliance Best Practices & Additional Resources from EPStaffCheck™

Learn more about safeguarding your organization from fees, penalties and other dangers of non-compliance.

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