Exploring the benefits of primary source verification with the DataFlow Group

29 November 2016

Overseas health workers make a valuable and important contribution to the NHS. Ensuring that medical professionals from overseas have the skillset, expertise and ethics they claim when applying to work in the UK has become of paramount importance.

Primary source verification (PSV) has an instrumental role in safeguarding the interests of both individuals and organisations, especially within vital sectors such as healthcare. PSV obtains necessary data directly from the issuing source, guaranteeing optimal integrity and ensuring that medical practitioners are professional, proficient, and perform to their maximum capacities.

Primary source verification (PSV) has an instrumental role in safeguarding the interests of both individuals and organisations

While not an issue for the vast majority of overseas workers, credential fraud can be costly when it does arise, hence the benefits of PSV.

Working in collaboration with the DataFlow group, we have produced a new whitepaper on the important issue of PSV, which aims to provide you with the relevant information on PSV, with particular emphasis on healthcare in the UK.

The publication serves as a key resource for protecting healthcare organisations, staff and patients from the serious consequences of credential fraud, and we hope it proves to be insightful, informative and practical.

While not an issue for the vast majority of overseas workers, credential fraud can be costly when it does arise

The whitepaper is now available to download, and you can pick up copies at the NHS Providers and DataFlow Group stands at our annual conference and exhibition. You can also find out more about PSV an eliminating healthcare credential forgery at the DataFlow Group’s conference strand session being held from 11.30am-1245pmon 30 November.

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