Our Intensive Focus on Compliance Means You Can Rest Assured that Your Workforce Meets Every Standard

SimpliFi is your committed advocate in workforce management, and that includes ensuring that all of your contingent labor force consistently meets compliance standards. Our team of compliance experts work closely with agency partners on every position and holds a regular forum to ensure each of our partners is working with the most up-to-date information. Under the supervision of our Chief Clinical Officer and Director of Vendor Engagement, we have built-in feedback loops to continually monitor agency participation and production.

We hold a regular forum to ensure that each of our agency partners is working with the most up-to-date information.

We’re Dedicated to Protecting You from Risk with 20+ Years of Compliance Expertise

SimpliFi’s dedicated compliance team brings over 20 years of industry experience from travel to per diem and strike assignments, including:

Nursing

Allied

Non Clinical/Non IT

Locums

Interim & Permanent Leadership Placement

EMR Conversion Projects

Our compliance and clinical teams work hand-in-hand with our implementation specialists to ensure from day one that all standards will be met. We also work to discover or resolve any previous pain points surrounding compliance. Not only that, but our process is streamlined so that we are able to conduct these critical checks without delaying starts. On average, our dedicated compliance team has a total of 98.7% on time starts.

Our compliance team averages a total of 98.7% on time starts.

We Ensure that Every Candidate Is Fully Qualified and Compliant

As part of our standard risk-reduction process, our team ensures that every candidate is fully qualified and compliant per client, Joint Commission, state, and SimpliFi standards. This includes an analysis of the following:

  • License and Nursys
  • Certifications (BLS, ACLS, PALS, etc.)
  • Background checks
  • Sanction searches
  • Drug screens
  • Medical documentation including vaccines, titers, physicals, etc.
  • Testing (includes annual core competency, unit competency, medication exams)
  • Skills checklists
  • References
  • Any facility specific forms or tests

Our compliance process begins four weeks prior to start, or as soon as the healthcare professional accepts an offer within those four weeks.

If you are concerned about whether your contingent labor force is consistently meeting compliance standards, please get in touch with our team today. We would love to learn more about your current process and work with you so that compliance and credentialing are no longer an area of uncertainty or potential risk for your health system.

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