Alliance Risk Group is a fully licensed, bonded and insured corporate investigative service firm. The company provides complete risk mitigation services to UISS and IHA clients including pre-employment background investigations, cyber and physical risk assessment and insurance fraud solutions. These services assist the medical industry with lowering operating costs and making staff and patients safer by preventing fraud and ensuring best practices in the hiring process.
Pre-employment Background Investigations
Alliance Risk Group conducts pre-employment background investigations on applicants that comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Guidelines. We can also conduct background investigations on current employees. In addition to background investigation criminal searches, we provide a variety of drug testing options for new hire screenings that integrate with national laboratories. This joint venture will allow United Iroquois Shared Service members to take advantage of 35% savings when ordering the introductory “UISS Package” for employment background investigations.
Cyber & Physical Risk Assessment
Alliance Risk Group can assess the security of your company’s computer systems as well as test if your company’s physical security is vulnerable. Services include Threat and Risk Assessments, Homeland Security Anti-Terrorism Planning, Security System Design, Security Course Development, Technical Training, and Emergency Action Planning
Insurance Fraud Solutions
Alliance Risk Group provides complete insurance fraud solutions including Workers’ Compensation Fraud Surveillance, Social Media Intelligence Gathering, Special Investigations, Trial Preparation, Claimant Background, Medical/Pharmacy Canvassing by Region and Scope, Assets Discovery, and Risk Mitigation Consulting.
Did you know?
New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli recently published an audit of current nurse licensing procedures in NYS and is recommending improved oversight? Unlike 40 other states, New York does not “require fingerprinting or background checks as a condition for obtaining a nursing license” but instead relies on “applicant disclosure of past misconduct and criminal convictions. Officials concede that some nurses are not always truthful in their disclosures…” Dinapoli recommends better monitoring procedures (such as computer database searches) to determine best practices for enhanced oversight. Read full New York State Comptroller press release here: http://www.osc.state.ny.us/press/releases/sept17/092917.htm
Alliance Risk Group can provide a free risk review of your current background investigation procedures. We recommend the $39 UISS Members Package. Click here to review our flyer and email email@example.com or call (518) 514-2944, 800-579-2911 to get started!