Companies operating under Corporate Integrity Agreement ( “CIA” ) are required to conduct an annual audit of their employee, vendor, and referring physician networks to ensure full compliance with federal and state debarment and exclusion regulations. Debarment and Exclusion lists are published by state, federal, and international government entities. These lists are updated at various times, leading to uncertainty and room for error in a company’s auditing and monitoring processes. Instances of non-compliance can cost well over $20,000 per violation, not including associated legal fees and reputational damage.
Lumina provides fast, accurate, and comprehensive ineligible persons screening for clients under CIA. Lumina’s Debarment & Exclusion Database is continuously updated, ensuring the best possible compliance risk mitigation.
For a one-time annual fee, Lumina will continuously run your full list of employees, vendors, and referring physicians against our Debarment & Exclusion ( “D&E” ) Database for full satisfaction of your CIA’s ineligible persons screening requirements. We will partner with your Independent Review Organization ( “IRO” ) to provide screening against the List of Excluded Individuals and Entities ( “LEIE” ), the System for Award Maintenance ( “SAM” ), and all other state, federal, and international debarment, exclusion, and sanctions lists relevant to your organization. Register with Lumina24/7 today to get started.
With more than 136 debarment, exclusion, and sanctions lists issued at the state, federal, and international level, Lumina’s D&E Database provides comprehensive coverage for your ineligible persons screening needs.
Lumina will run names through the D&E Database on an ongoing basis, ensuring no risk goes unnoticed, and will issue real time alerts as risk is identified. Alternatively, you can choose to run risk assessments annually, quarterly, monthly, or weekly, depending on your preference or need.
The D&E Database is updated continuously and in real time, ensuring the best possible risk mitigation.
Protect your sensitive data. Lumina asks that you simply provide the names of individuals and entities within your network. Our machine learning algorithms will not only check for the names submitted, but will further screen for nicknames and other possible name variations. There’s no need for social security numbers, addresses, or other sensitive data points.
Don’t waste time and money sifting through inaccurate results. Lumina’s machine learning algorithms and trained intelligence analysts eliminate false positives without the need for further information from clients. Once names are correlated against our D&E Database, you will receive a comprehensive intelligence report with detailed profiles for individuals and entities identified as true matches within the D&E Database.
All Lumina reports are drafted in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”). Screen former, current, and prospective employees, vendors, referring physicians, or even customers for a robust assessment of compliance risks.
Run your D&E risk assessment against all lists within the D&E Database or scale your list selection up or down depending on your organization’s needs. It’s a quick and simple process.
All Lumina reports and correlation results will be archived on your secure Lumina247 client portal, a fully auditable platform that tracks every step of analysis from the moment a name enters the system.
If preferred, Lumina clients can push screening costs to vendors. Lumina will work directly with your vendors to gather relevant names for correlation and will issue reporting to you and to your vendors.
“I can’t believe what Lumina has done for our business. We used to spend hours and hours manually sifting through spreadsheets with very little support or means of maintaining accurate records. Today, we have a fully auditable process and spend 10 minutes a month updating our list of names for D&E correlation. The savings are incredible!”
“Because of Lumina, 10 members of our compliance department can now focus on priorities outside of ineligible persons screening. They’re totally changing the world of CIA compliance as we know it.”