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Medversant Launches OneSource

June 21, 2007
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Medversant Technologies (Los Angeles), a provider of Web-based credentials verification solutions for hospitals and managed care organizations, has launched OneSource.

According to Medversant, OneSource is designed to monitor and automate physician credentials verification. The company contends advantages of the solution include that it:

  • Substantially eliminates credentialing paperwork
  • Saves on data entry
  • Eliminates subscriptions to reference sources
  • Continuously monitors physician credentials
  • NCQA certified and Joint Commission compliant

OneSource provides services through a shared access platform that allows clients to check status, generate reports, create Web-based privilege forms, and schedule practitioners, says the company.

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