InGenesis is committed to performance excellence, and all programs are audited for compliance with quality standards, including Joint Commission requirements. To monitor contract performance, InGenesis program management staff utilize the VMS to track performance metrics, service level agreements, and distribute client surveys. Continuous open communication also allows InGenesis to remain up-to-date on compliance issues.
InGenesis underwent a Joint Commission audit in 2016, and the audit had zero findings. Further InGenesis employs a chief medical officer and national clinical manager who are responsible for monitoring and advising on all healthcare contracts to maintain the quality of services, overall corporate compliance, and risk mitigation.
The Joint Commission: The Joint Commission provides an independent comprehensive evaluation of a staffing firm’s ability to provide quality-staffing services in a healthcare environment. The Joint Commission Gold Seal is recognized as a symbol of quality and commitment to safety and performance improvement.
CMS QIO-Like Entity: InGenesis is one of the only staffing firms in the United States to earn a QIO-like entity certification from the Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services.