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FACIS® Screening Information

FACIS® (Fraud and Abuse Control Information Systems) is a database search of records containing adverse actions against individuals and entities sanctioned in the healthcare field. This includes information on disciplinary actions ranging from exclusions and debarments to letters of reprimand and probation. This search offers three search options ranging from the minimum federal requirements to a level 3 search. Those sources included in Level 1 plus agencies operating in one selected state. This will be the state of the sanctioning agency, not necessarily the state in which the individual or entity resides. You will be asked to select the two-character state abbreviation for the selected state from a drop down list.

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OIG Medical Fraud FACIS®

Level 1 – Search conducts a search of the sanction information as taken by the Office of Inspector General (OIG), the General Services Administration (GSA) and other federal agencies. The information reported in this level meets the government’s minimum requirements for sanction screening as set forth in the OIG’s Compliance Program Guidance.
OIG Medical Fraud FACIS®
Level 2 Search
The Fraud and Abuse Control Information System (FACIS)®
Level 2 Search combines the Facis Level 1 Search of the federal agencies with disciplinary action information from multiple agencies and one state of choice.
OIG Medical Fraud FACIS ®
Level 3 Search
The Fraud and Abuse Control Information System (FACIS) ® Level 3 Search combines the Facis® Level 1 Search of the federal agencies with disciplinary action information from multiple agencies as well as those taken by licensing and certification agencies in all 50 states. This service also includes a search of FDA lists containing the names of clinical investigators who have been disqualified or “totally restricted” by the FDA from conducting studies designed to develop evidence to support the safety and effectiveness of investigational drugs, biological products and medical devices. The FDA may disqualify a clinical investigator if that person has repeatedly or deliberately failed to comply with applicable regulatory requirements, or has submitted false information to the sponsor or, if applicable, to the FDA. Same day turn around in most cases.

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