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United States : Innovative Enterprises launches Industry's first fully Transparent Medical Sanctions and Exclusions Solution.

Innovative Enterprises, Inc., a strategic partner to the background screening industry and expert provider of court research information products, smart data solutions and ancillary services, today announced the launch of the industrys first medical sanctions, exclusions and board actions solution to feature a fully disclosed source list.

Delivered exclusively through its network of Screening Industry Partners, I-MED exceeds the best practice requirements for screening excluded parties as established by the OIG and features 1,300+ fully documented Direct Primary Sources covering all 50 states. Users gain the added advantage of knowing exactly what data points are searched and no longer have to make assumptions about what theyre buying.

Our customers have consistently asked for a better medical exclusions product than the industry currently delivers, stated Clifford J. Williams, Innovatives President and Chief Operating Officer. They want to know whats in the product theyre buying, and they want a better customer experience with a provider they can trust not to compete with them for their own clients. Our completely reengineered I-MED Level 1, 2 and 3 solutions answer this call.

Weve developed I-MED in close consultation with some of the nations foremost experts on health care compliance, added Dean Carras, Innovatives Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer. In the process, weve assembled what we believe to be the largest and most diverse set of more than 1,300 Direct Primary Sources of very specific medical sanctions, exclusions and board actions data, and we are proud to provide our customers with seamless and transparent insight into this information.

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Date:Mar 29, 2016
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