• Veritas Independent Review Organization
  • Veritas Independent Review Organization
  • Veritas Independent Review Organization

Ensure compliance and improve customer satisfaction with unbiased independent medical review services from Veritas.

Independent Review Organizations (IROs) act as third-party medical review entities that provide objective determinations based on medical evidence. Veritas utilizes our core group of interdisciplinary and board-certified physicians and medical professionals to provide the most comprehensive and fair decision.

With more than 30 years of experience in the quality improvement space, Veritas provides the leadership and knowledge to quickly and accurately process your medical reviews, deliver conflict-free determinations and keep your organization’s costs low.

Fair, Honest Reviews Performed in a Timely Manner

Veritas’ team of board-certified physician reviewers covers a large group of high demand specialty areas. Utilizing this clinical experience and knowledge base, Veritas can guarantee that our medical reviews are performed quickly and accurately, because our expert staff of physicians will make the right decision in the right amount of time.

Providing Superior Service to our Clients and Patients

Every organization has unique needs and corporate objectives in mind. Veritas recognizes this and we pride ourselves on taking a personal approach with our clients, taking into consideration your specific needs, fiscal goals and desired outcomes. So whether you have an ongoing need for our review services, or an occasional need based on case loads, Veritas will act as a partner to help your organization manage your clinical review workload.

Commitment to Excellence and High Quality Standards

Our team is committed to helping your organization save time and money while keeping quality standards at the highest level of importance. Veritas has the expert and experienced clinical team ready to quickly and accurately perform medical reviews in the following areas:

  • Medical Necessity
  • Appropriateness of Setting
  • Level of Care
  • Quality of Care
  • Experimental Treatment and Procedures
  • Coding
  • Conflict Resolution (Appeals)