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IntelliCentrics Announces SEC3URE, the First Fully Comprehensive Credentialing and Privileging Platform

Quality patient care proven to be dependent on a safe and secure environment

DALLAS, Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- IntelliCentrics, Inc., the leader in operational security and compliance management, today announced the launch of the SEC3URE™ integrated service and technology solution. With SEC3URE, healthcare organizations can for the first time, credential and privilege every individual who enters any healthcare facility. Inspired by the long standing practice of privileging medical staff, IntelliCentrics created SEC3URE, allowing healthcare administrators to apply this concept to every individual – ultimately resulting in a safer and more secure environment.

"Without a doubt, in order to deliver quality patient care, healthcare organizations require a safe and secure environment," said Mike Sheehan, CEO of IntelliCentrics. "Using SEC3URE, healthcare organizations are now able to engage with every single person entering their facility so that the organization's policies and practices can be applied consistently and universally.  SEC3URE addresses everyone from medical staff to volunteers, while seamlessly integrating the important vendor community via the Reptrax vendor credentialing service."

IntelliCentrics SEC3URE is a subscription based service comprised of a set of customizable tools, including:

  • Credentialing of any individual and/or group entering the facility, including all medical staff and allied health professionals, other non-medical staff, volunteers and vendors
  • E-Training as required by an individual's role
  • Communication platform to proactively maintain compliance
  • Mobile apps for greater levels of service and convenience
  • Reports to enable continuous improvement
  • Ongoing monitoring of changes in status or regulatory requirements

The SEC3URE service integrates many of the fragmented parts and pieces associated with credentialing and privileging medical staff so that it can now be applied to all individuals entering the premises as each facility deems appropriate. With a SEC3URE subscription, IntelliCentrics handles all of the infrastructure, technology, administration, verification, monitoring, service and support so healthcare organizations can make privileging decisions with ease.

"IntelliCentrics is creating a whole new offering with the introduction of SEC3URE that will transform the concept of credentialing and privileging," said Quincy Stanley, Supply Chain Manager of Mercy Hospital and Medical Center in Chicago. "Not only will it streamline your medical staff credentialing process, and tie into your vendor credentialing system, but it will also allow you to cost-effectively oversee, credential and privilege all visitors, making your hospital safer and more secure."

IntelliCentrics SEC3URE is available immediately and is offered at a fixed, monthly fee with no upfront costs. In fact, healthcare organizations can employ IntelliCentrics SEC3URE at a fraction of what they are currently spending to credential only their medical staff. To learn more, please visit

About IntelliCentrics, Inc.
IntelliCentrics simplifies the world of regulatory compliance by providing resources and tools to help hospitals make their facilities safer. A security company with 20 years of experience and the provider of Reptrax™, the requested and referenced standard for healthcare vendor credentialing, IntelliCentrics, Inc. is uniquely qualified to help hospitals and healthcare organizations maintain a safe and secure environment so they can provide the best possible patient experience. 


Greg Goyne
Vice President of Marketing
[email protected]

SOURCE IntelliCentrics, Inc.

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