Your One-Stop Credentialing Solution

A Full Range of Services Including Credentialing & Re-credentialing, Primary Source Verification, and Continuous Monitoring

Vālenz® VPointTM, formerly VerifPoint, is a comprehensive provider credentialing and continuous monitoring solution for health systems, hospitals, providers and health plans, offering effective and diligent credential verification to ensure quality of care for patients and members. As a critical component to the Valenz strategy of assuring Validation, Integrity and Accuracy (VIA) for providers, VPoint is an NCQA-certified, URAC-compliant credentialing and re-credentialing solution.

VPoint and Valenz Assurance combine to enhance VIA Provider Solutions, a comprehensive compliance management solution to improve medical coding efficiency, reimbursement assurance, auditing toolsets, claims accuracy, credentialing, medical staff licensing and exclusion monitoring. Our credentialing and monitoring services reduce the opportunity for fraud, waste and abuse while protecting clients from denials, appeals, unpaid claims and penalties associated with employing or paying providers who have improper licenses or disciplinary issues.

As a leading service provider for medical credentialing, VPoint delivers optimum and best system solutions that are fully adaptable to meet the unique needs of clients while keeping pace with constant changes in technology and the healthcare industry. As a result, we consistently provide highly accurate, timely and cost-efficient healthcare practitioner information.

Credentialing and Re-credentialing

Credentialing is the process through which an organization (a hospital, insurance network, clinical practice or physician group) decides whether a candidate is qualified to provide an acceptable quality of care to patients. Credentialing focuses on the collection and verification of provider information.

During the credentialing process, the VPoint team of experts follows the high industry standards of NCQA (The National Committee for Quality Assurance), URAC (Utilization Review Accreditation Commission), AAAHC (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care), CMS (The Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services), ICE (The Institute for Credentialing Excellence) and JC (The Joint Commission).

  • License to Practice
  • DEA or CDS Certification
  • Education and Training
  • Board Certification Status
  • Work History
  • Malpractice Claims History
  • State Licensing Board Sanctions
  • Medicare/Medicaid Sanctions
  • Practitioner Application Processing
  • Application and Attestation Content
  • Ongoing Monitoring of Sanctions
  • License to Practice (All states where Provider is practicing)
  • DEA or CDS Certification
  • Education and Training
  • Board Certification Status
  • Work History
  • Malpractice Claims History
  • State Licensing Board Sanctions
  • Medicare/Medicaid Sanctions
  • Practitioner Application Processing
  • Application and Attestation Content
  • Ongoing Monitoring of Sanctions
  • License to Practice
  • DEA or CDS Certification
  • Education and Training
  • Board Certification Status
  • Work History
  • Malpractice Claims History
  • State Licensing Board Sanctions
  • Medicare/Medicaid Sanctions
  • Practitioner Application Processing
  • Application and Attestation Content
  • Ongoing Monitoring of Sanctions
  • CMS Opt-Out
  • SAM (EPLS)
  • State OIG
  • License to Practice (All states – current and past)
  • ECFMG
  • DEA or CDS Certification
  • Education and Training
  • Hospital Affiliations (current and past)
  • Peer References
  • Board Certification Status
  • Malpractice Claims History
  • State Licensing Board Sanctions
  • Medicare/Medicaid Sanctions
  • Practitioner Application Processing
  • Application and Attestation Content
  • Ongoing Monitoring of Sanctions
  • CME
  • Delineation of Privileges (DOP)
  • License to Practice (current license)
  • DEA
  • Education and Training
  • Board Certification Status
  • Work History
  • Primary Hospital
  • Peer References
  • Malpractice Claims History
  • State Licensing Board Sanctions
  • Medicare/Medicaid Sanctions
  • Practitioner Application Processing
  • Application and Attestation Content
  • Ongoing Monitoring of Sanctions
  • Delineation of Privileges (DOP)

The key benefits of VPoint credentialing services:

  • Online provider applications – we can populate physician data from our online form into any privileging or credentialing application form
  • Virtually paperless, weekly reporting system using state-of-the-art technology
  • Special urgent service for providers who need to be credentialed as soon as possible
  • The security of knowing your data is stored confidentially and safely on our servers
  • Freedom from the hassles of follow-up on expired medical licenses, DEA certificates and other time-sensitive documents
  • Immediate reporting when providers have sanctions or adverse actions against their license
  • Notification when new physicians join a practice without informing you, inherently building your network size

Contact us today to see what Valenz VPoint can do for your health organization: (866) 762-4455

Learn more about our comprehensive compliance management solutions, including OIG Exclusion and CMS Monitoring, offered through VIA Provider Solutions.

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