The burden on state benefits agencies is heavier than ever in the wake of the pandemic, particularly with unemployment insurance (UI) claims. Along with skyrocketing claims came numerous reports of improper or fraudulent payments in virtually every.
As someone who has lamented the lack of meaningful innovation in the background screening industry for some time now, I am very excited about the prospect of a true continuous monitoring solution for incarceration events. Let’s face it, the.
My name is Paul Disney, and I am the Director of Product Management for the Insights product suite at Appriss Insights. We are the developer of the Appriss Insights Platform, the nation’s most comprehensive source of incarceration, justice,.
INDUSTRY BEST PRACTICES A substantial amount of person-based risk goes unnoticed and unmanaged each day. As employers seek to ensure the safety and integrity of their workplaces, customers, and overall community, there continues to be a focus on.
Through its Incarceration, Justice, and Risk Intelligence solutions, Appriss provides access to real-time, nationwide incarceration data. In this Article: SSA's PUPS FBI NCIC Incarceration Data Aggregators FBI NGI Rap Back Service Appriss Although.
Appriss Inc. was founded over 20 years ago with a very simple belief: technology can do a lot of good in society.
Pre-hire background checks are a best practice for businesses, volunteer organizations, churches, schools, and any other organization that recruits and manages a workforce. Today, they are an almost ubiquitous step in the hiring process. According.
As the state of Medicaid evolves, certain industry trends emerge. Detrimental effects of such trends, if not addressed properly, can include disruptions in continuity of care for vulnerable populations (e.g., incarcerated Medicaid beneficiaries), as.
MEETING INCARCERATED PARENTS “WHERE THEY ARE” Enacted over 40 years ago, the United States Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Program now faces a new set of realities that challenge the success of this essential program.
In 2017, 2.3 million people were incarcerated in our nation’s prisons and jails — a staggering 500% increase over the last 40 years. Those who are incarcerated also represent some of the most high-need, high-cost individuals requiring medical care..