Announcing IntelliCentrics SEC3URE, a revolutionary new way to credential and privilege all those entering healthcare facilities.

To truly provide quality patient care, you must first ensure a safe and secure environment. This can be a complex task, especially with countless numbers of staff and non-employees entering and exiting your facility around the clock. Inspired by the long-standing practice of privileging medical staff, we created SEC3URE, a subscription-based service that allows you to credential and privilege every single person entering your facility. This service now addresses everyone from medical staff to volunteers, even seamlessly integrating the important vendor community.

6,500+ Healthcare Facilities in North America

450,000+ Registered Members to Date

2,000,000+ Document Pages Processed Per Year

DESIGNED TO LET PEOPLE IN

Securing a hospital by locking all the doors is not an option, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get to know everyone who enters. With SEC3URE, you can apply your policies universally to all those working in or visiting your facility. Just leave the infrastructure, technology, administration, credentialing, verification, and monitoring up to us.

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RIGOROUS STANDARDS

We employ the most rigorous credentialing processes and standards in the industry, exceeding the standards of any single regulatory organization. SEC3URE’s automated process ensures fewer errors and more completed files while lowering the risk of negligent credentialing.

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TRUSTED MARKET LEADER

As a security company with 20 years of experience and the provider of the Reptrax™ vendor credentialing service, IntelliCentrics is uniquely qualified to help healthcare facilities credential all of their visitors. Over 6,500 healthcare facilities already trust IntelliCentrics for their vendor privileging needs.

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    • Case Studies

      • Improve the Safety and Security of Your Hospital Through Vendor Credentialing

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

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      • NEW White Paper

      • Is Now the Time to Outsource Medical Staff Credentialing?

        Find out how outsourcing medical staff credentialing can help your facility reduce costs and 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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Thorough. Rigorous. Secure.

Is Now the Time to Outsource Medical Staff Credentialing?

Find out how outsourcing medical staff credentialing can help your facility reduce costs and improve patient safety.

5 Reasons Why Now Is the Time to Outsource Medical Staff Credentialing

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 Credentialing

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.

St-Joseph

Strong Stance Against Non-compliance Improves Patient Safety

by Kara Webster | February 17, 2015 |

In order to create a safer and more secure environment for patients and staff, Saint Joseph Mercy and the other six hospitals in SJMHS needed to know that all healthcare personnel, including vendor representatives, were properly trained, had read the system’s policies and met all other requirements. A standardized credentialing system was no longer an option, but a must. The entire Trinity Health network, one of the largest Catholic healthcare systems in the nation, implemented the Reptrax vendor credentialing system.

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HAIs

Steady Progress Being Made Against HAIs

by Tracey Hups | February 16, 2015 |

At the end of 2014, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced the progress being made against healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs) and other adverse events in U.S. hospitals. Over the last three years, “50,000 fewer patients died in hospitals and approximately $12 billion in health care costs were saved.” These improvements are occurring because hospitals across the country are making patient safety a priority. This blog highlights some of the progress being made across the country.

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Stepping-Up

Stepping Up to Protect Our Healthcare Workers

by Tracey Hups | February 12, 2015 |

Like the beat of a constant drum, everyone in the healthcare industry has heard it. Violence against healthcare workers is rising. Violence against healthcare workers is a real threat. Read through industry and security journals, and it’s a regular theme. Pick up any newspaper, and it’s often front-page news of the worst kind: Doctor Killed or Nurses Attacked. In fact, according the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, compared to the general working population, healthcare and social assistance workers are five times more likely to become the victim of a violent act. But what is being done to protect our healthcare workers?

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