“We want businesses to know that they can come to us for any types of background checks that will help keep them compliant with the standards of the medical industry,” said Corra Group Co-Founder, Nick Gustavson.
El Segundo, California (PRWEB)
May 18, 2017
Corra Group is advancing its marketing practices to target IT and tech groups and other businesses that are non-healthcare related but servicing Hospitals and other Medical Facilities. The El Segundo, California based Employment Screening Service is targeting non-healthcare related companies working in the medical industry.
“We want businesses to know that they can come to us for any types of background checks that will help keep them compliant with the standards of the medical industry,” said Corra Group Co-Founder, Nick Gustavson. “You don’t have to be a directly related medical entity to need the types of background checks that will keep you compliant, allowing your staff to enter hospitals and other medical facilities.
“Compliance standards for medical workers impact a lot of other industries that you normally wouldn’t consider,” said Gustavson. “Everything from IT and technology workers upgrading a hospitals software to the driver delivering sodas to the commissary have to pass certain types of background checks. Healthcare sanctions searches are one of the most important. Because a medical facility can lose is government funding, its ability to invoice, and can be subjected to a variety of criminal and civil actions if they allow people on the sanctions list to work in their facilities. It is a very big deal.”
Gustavson offered that with all the controversy swirling around the healthcare industry, the last thing a business wants to do is fall out of compliance. He noted to assist in their needs to meet compliance standards, Corra Group offers a full suite of background checks that can be packaged to meet the needs of a specific contract. He indicated that Corra Group offers the FACIS Healthcare Sanctions complement of searches both as one off products or for monthly monitoring.
“We have a number of clients who have contacted us for the types of searches they will need to meet the compliance standards for everything from federal contracts to the contractual agreements with hospitals and healthcare facilities. As many are technology groups, or construction companies, even trucking outfits, the minute they ask tell us about needing healthcare related searches, we know exactly what they far. There may be variations with each contrast, but there is almost always a core group of required background checks.
“We like to work with our clients in these instances,” said Gustavson. “Because if the client is successful satisfying one contract, chances are there will…