Your world. Safer.

Your world. Safer.

Your world. Safer.

Everything we do at IntelliCentrics is driven by one, unified goal: to make your world safer.

At IntelliCentrics™, we simplify the world of regulatory compliance by providing resources and tools to help companies make their operations safer. Organizations in highly regulated industries use our services to convey policies, obtain and manage credentials and extend privileges to visitors of all types. As the provider of Reptrax™, the most trusted healthcare vendor privileging service in the US, we work vigilantly to ensure the health and safety of hospital patients and staff throughout the country.

6,000+ Facilities in North America

400,000+ Registered Members to Date

2,000,000+ Document Pages Processed Per Year

MARKET LEADER

Over 6,000 healthcare facilities trust IntelliCentrics for their visitor privileging needs.

RIGOROUS STANDARDS

We employ the most rigorous credentialing processes and standards in the industry, ensuring strict compliance with CDC requirements.

MORE THAN CREDENTIALING

As part of an international company who manufactures state-of-the-art security technology, we have our sights on the future of complete security solutions.

    • Case Studies

      • Improve the Safety and Security of Your Hospital Through Visitor Privileging

        Learn how LDS Hospital, Ellis Hospital and The Nebraska Medical Center utilized vendor credentialing to improve patient safety.

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      • Infographic

      • Risky Business?

        A comprehensive credentialing program costs an average-sized hospital $1 million a year. However, the cost of NOT credentialing can be five times as great.

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    • White Paper

    • Protect Patients and Your Bottom Line

      The cost of credentialing is significant, but not credentialing could cost your hospital even more.

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Thorough. Rigorous. Secure.

Credentialing Helps You Protect Patients and Your Bottom Line

The cost of credentialing is significant, but not credentialing could cost your hospital even more. Download the white paper to find out why.


Risky Business? Can Your Hospital Afford Not to Have a Credentialing Program?

A comprehensive credentialing program costs an average-sized hospital $1 million a year. However, the cost of NOT credentialing can be five times as great. Download the infographic to learn more.


Improve the Safety and Security of Your Hospital Through Vendor Privileging

Learn how LDS Hospital, Ellis Hospital and The Nebraska Medical Center utilized vendor credentialing to improve patient safety.

News & Updates

The latest from the IntelliCentrics Blog.

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The Role of Human Resources in Patient Safety

by Kurt Delabar | August 8, 2014 |

With changes under the Affordable Care Act, hospitals are reorienting the way they look at their services. Changes in Medicare reimbursements now place a premium on the quality of care patients receive and safety more than the number of services a hospital provides. This has resulted in an even greater focus on patient satisfaction and safety across the board.

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Big Brother Meets The Joint Commission

by Tracey Hups | July 29, 2014 |

In a small room at Greenwich Hospital, Dieter Meadows, a certified nursing assistant, monitors cameras in 14 patient rooms. All 14 of the patients are at a high risk for falling, and Meadows’s job is to watch for any signs that they are trying to get up without assistance. If she sees any activity likely to cause injury, she asks the patient to remain still via the intercom, and then summons help to the room.  

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Execs Must Walk the Walk to Establish Safety Culture

by Greg Goyne | July 28, 2014 |

In order for hospital executives to establish a safety culture, they must publicly show their support for patient safety and security. They must walk the walk, and one of the best ways to do that is to establish patient safety rounds. During these rounds, the executive team literally “manages by wandering around” visiting different patient care units to discuss safety with department heads and staff. 

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