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Conflict of Interest Management Tool Links with ProPublica's "Dollars for Docs" Database
Date:10/25/2012

JERICHO, N.Y., Oct. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- HCCS (Health Care Compliance Strategies, Inc.), the leading provider of online healthcare compliance and competency training and tracking solutions, today announced the release of a new enhancement to COI-SMART that provides direct connectivity to the ProPublica "Dollars for Docs" database of industry payments to physicians. COI-SMART is a web-based system for the management and real-time tracking of Conflict of Interest disclosures. 

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HCCS' COI-SMART now includes the ProPublica "Dollar for Docs" widget which allows people to search information that is publically available on the ProPublica site. ProPublica is a non-profit organization that collects and displays several sources of publicly available payment data. ProPublica's "Dollars for Docs" database includes more than $760 million in payments from pharmaceutical companies to physicians and other health-care providers for consulting, speaking, research and expenses.

Providing connectivity to the ProPublica database in COI-SMART allows reviewers to quickly and easily look up public data and compare it to physician self-disclosures in COI-SMART. It also serves as a reminder to physicians making disclosures that this information is publically available and should be reviewed before disclosing in COI-SMART.

"This is the first step in providing reviewers and physicians with access to public financial disclosure data directly in COI-SMART," says Ben Diamond, President of HCCS. "As more comprehensive data becomes available through the 'Physician Payment Sunshine Act' database, we will be able to provide even more detailed comparison and discrepancy reporting. The ultimate goal is to make it easier for healthcare organizations to tr
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