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Health and Human Services agencies
Health and Human Services agencies are responsible for the health, welfare, and income security of all Americans. As their programs grow and expand to support their mission, so does their need for a solution that not only will enable them to keep up with their casework; but also provides real-time information to make trusted decisions. CLEAR for Health and Human Services agencies provides up-to-date information with speed and accuracy. Offering thorough and comprehensive search results within a single platform, CLEAR allows agencies to make confident decisions in order to have a positive impact on human lives.
My first go-to is always CLEAR. I have to say that this program is a lifesaver! I was able to conduct a search of the name that was on the child's birth certificate and cross-reference the state in which the mother was born. CLEAR has so much information that it was able to find [a] new name of the mother ... and give me the address and current information.
State of Michigan Office of Child Support
Your research tools and resources can quickly become outdated, meaning you can't be sure the information at hand is timely, accurate, or reliable. Data inaccuracies can jeopardize your agency's investigations and result in poor decisions and program integrity issues.
CLEAR's single platform provides live gateways and real-time access to billions of public and proprietary records. Agency users can see where data came from, when it was supplied, and who supplied it, as well as receive alerts when information has been updated.
When you use CLEAR, your investigations and verifications are based on data sources that are current and transparent.
Healthcare fraud costs billions of dollars annually and it's on the rise, but dealing with the problem is complex. Agencies must watch for fraud on both the patient side and the vendor/provider side.
CLEAR plus Healthcare helps you combat fraud on both the patient and vendor/provider fronts. CLEAR lets you access professional licensure information across all professional taxonomies by state for all boards and agencies that issue certificates, registrations, or licenses to practice or deliver healthcare services. Also included are National Provider Identifier (NPI) records, Sanction records, and Expanded Healthcare License records. With FACIS® data provided through CLEAR by Verisys, a NCQA-certified and URAC-accredited vendor, you can be confident in your investigation.
Using CLEAR, agencies can feel confident in their decisions and in the integrity of their programs.
Agencies strive to provide a safe, secure and healthy living environment for children and the elderly - the groups least able to help themselves. For those agencies dealing with adoption, child care, and elder care, current data is key to providing safety and security. Inaccurate data can compromise investigations and put lives in jeopardy, leaving the agency open to legal sanctions for failing in its due diligence.
CLEAR's single platform combines billions of public and proprietary records, live gateways, and real-time information with source transparency. Adoption, foster, and elder care agencies can use CLEAR's investigative platform and real-time incarceration and arrest records data to better serve this vulnerable population and prevent harm.
CLEAR helps you maximize your healthcare fraud detection efforts and make confident decisions for those least able to help themselves.
Agencies must not only serve those in need, but also prevent fraudulent recipients from taking advantage of the system. Improper payments drain billions of taxpayer dollars annually from government programs. In addition to your own data resources, CLEAR can help validate individual applicant information.
CLEAR connects seemingly unconnected pieces of data from billions of public and proprietary records to uncover fraudulent payments and benefit applications, and then provides automatic alerts to keep users up to date. Using CLEAR, agencies gain confidence they're working with the best investigative resources available, making the right decisions, and maintaining the integrity of their programs.
CLEAR reduces fraud and helps ensure your agency is providing payments and benefits only to those in need.
Live data gateways
CLEAR uses live gateways for Experian and TransUnion, as well as reverse phone records, real-time incarceration and arrest records, AutoCheck, vehicle history reports, and Web Analytics.
See where the data came from, when it was supplied, and who supplied it. Be confident you are referencing the most current and comprehensive data.
After locating your subject of interest, create an automatic alert to monitor his or her record data and receive emails when new information arises. Real-time incarceration and arrest records alerts are also available.
Access professional licensure information across all professional healthcare taxonomies by state. National Provider Identifier records, sanction records, and Expanded Healthcare License records are also included.
On-demand, fixed-rate batch
Search thousands of subjects at once for results that meet both your schedule and budget needs.
CLEAR ID Confirm is the premium electronic identity verification program that gives you the ability to verify initial identity information to minimize potential fraud and meet regulatory requirements.
CLEAR has helped in the location of absent parents in public assistance fraud cases and has provided leads to evidence of residence and evidence of income in public assistance fraud cases. It has helped my department in the placing of liens by providing evidence that homeowners and recipients of public assistance are one and the same individuals.
state & local government
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