Public, searchable exclusion lists only provide names of individuals and entities. Most agencies will allow you to use a secondary identifier (most commonly TIN/SSN) to call and verify a name match. This allows us to rule out any name-only matches that could otherwise prevent you from getting paid by your customer. We also verify vendors’ TIN number matches the IRS records to help improve the accuracy of your customer's vendor data, especially with regards to their tax filings.
Articles in this section
- What is an Exclusion?
- Is my information secure?
- Why do healthcare companies have to monitor vendors for exclusions?
- How do you determine who is a vendor?
- Is there a cost to the vendors to sign up for VendorProof?
- How long does it take to sign up?
- Do I have to pay a fee for all of my hospital/healthcare customers?
- What happens if I don’t sign up?
- How often do I need to log in to VendorProof?
- What part of the vendor management process does VendorProof handle?