Healthcare Provider Data and Research Tools
Now you can work with all the NPI data... and more.
Get the full federal healthcare provider database The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) maintains the data, updating it monthly. All healthcare providers who are HIPAA covered entities must obtain a National Provider Identifier (NPI) by reporting their information to the database, and updating it when it changes. This represents virtually all of U.S. physicians, hospitals, and other providers who accept insurance or are associated with a hospital.
CarePrecise Gold gives you the data and the software tools you need to pull highly targeted lists. $599
CarePrecise Access brings you the complete database of U.S. healthcare providers – more than
provider records – in a form that's ready for use on ordinary desktop and laptop computers. CarePrecise powers healthcare industry research, billing and claims, credentialing, clinical trials and marketing to physicians and other healthcare providers.
Physician information and other healthcare provider data is delivered fully open source, in both MDB (Microsoft Access) and CSV formats. CarePrecise Access contains NPI, taxonomySpecialties are reported by providers using Provider Taxonomy Codes. CarePrecise datasets include both the taxonomy code and the specialty in plain English. Click the link to see current specialties. codes, UPINsThe UPIN (Unique Physician Identification Number) was a six-character code assigned and used by Medicare to identify physicians between 1985 and 2007. A directory of UPINs was available through that time (the UPIN Registry), but CMS discontinued the lookup service as of May 23, 2008, when the National Provider Identifier (NPI) superceded the UPIN. However, the UPIN is still frequently used to match legacy physician data., Medicare/Medicaid numbers, state license numbers, phones, faxes, addresses and much more. Includes data from PECOSThe federal database containing information on healthcare providers who are eligible to bill Medicare., LEIE List of Excluded Individuals/Entities (LEIE): The federal database maintained by the HHS Office of Inspector General containing information on providers who have been barred from billing Medicare due to fraud or controlled substance conviction, patient neglect or abuse, and other convictions and delinquencies. and the complete NPPESThe Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) maintains the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES) database. All healthcare providers who are HIPAA covered entities must obtain a National Provider Identifier (NPI) by reporting their information via the NPPES, and updating it when it changes. This represents virtually all of U.S. physicians, hospitals, and other providers who accept insurance or are associated with a hospital. CarePrecise Access Complete includes every NPI record.,creating a single database from multiple sources. Data is updated monthly, and subscriptions are available.
Order a monthly or quarterly subscription, and have up-to-date provider records, with an average of 30,000 new provider records and 33,000 updated records each month.
How do we link records between all these databases? CarePrecise uses advanced record-linkage technology...
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-record U.S. medical provider database, in all states, territories and military installations worldwide.
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Download complete data on medical providers. Each state and non-U.S. country where U.S. registered physicians practice are available separately.
Our Healthcare Provider Database at a glance
CarePrecise healthcare provider NPI databases include complete NPPES data, and are enriched with data from the Medicare PECOS, HHS Office of Inspector General, USPS and Dept of Commerce, containing every U.S. HIPAA-covered healthcare provider, including physicians, nurses, hospitals and all the rest - putting on your desktop:
- Complete data from the NPPES national healthcare provider database - more than
records in all
- General Acute Care Hospital lists - virtually every U.S. hospital
- Specialty Hospital, Clinic, Critical Care and Ambulatory Care Facility lists - more than 100,000 listings
- Physician lists - more than 880,000 physician and surgeon listings
- Practice Groups - more than 455,000 group practices
- Co-location codes - see all of the providers practicing at each location
- Dentist, Optician and other individual healthcare provider lists
- Nurses, Physician Assistants
- Physical Therapists
- Psychologists, Behavioral Practitioners
- Alternative Practitioners
- Clinic, laboratory, pharmacy and other facility lists
Authoritative and Comprehensive
CarePrecise provider information is based on data from the U.S. federal healthcare provider registry, the Medicare system, and the HHS Office of Inspector General, and is delivered as a relational database, with hundreds of source fields of data per provider record. CarePrecise Access Complete provider lists are the most affordable available anywhere (view the complete data description). You get:
Healthcare Provider Statistics
|Total NPI Records:
|Provider Records Added Since Last Month:
|Records Retired Since Last Month:
|Excluded Providers (barred from Medicare):
|Providers in PECOS (enrolled to bill Medicare):
|Single/Multi-specialty Practice Groups:
|Providers Who Changed Records Last 60 Days:
Specialty and Facility Counts, U.S. & States
Visit our provider record counts page to view the count of providers for each specialty and facility type in the U.S., and broken down by state.
- Complete CSV files and MDB files with up to 334 data points per provider
- National Provider Identifier (NPI) numbers for every HIPAA-covered healthcare provider
- State license numbers, UPIN codes, Medicaid ID and other identifiers
- Names, including alternative names and legal business names
- Both practice and mailing addresses - every record
- Phone numbers - every record
- Fax numbers
- Provider type (individual/organization)
- Specialties and subspecialties
- PECOS status (providers who can bill Medicare)
- Excluded providers (providers who have been excluded from billing Medicare, and the reasons)
- Plus with CarePrecise Gold: Wealth codes, geo locator codes, counties, urban/rural status, and tools for precise market segmentation, proper casing, import/export.
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State Physician, Hospital Counts
Physician counts shown here are 1 record = 1 physician (the individual's record only, not including organization records for a physician's corporation which would duplicate in some cases). Hospitals may have several records, representing business units or other division, all of which are counted here, so you will see more hospital records than there are hospitals. Counts here are only for the 50 states plus DC and Puerto Rico; however, CarePrecise Access Complete datasets include all territories, military installations, etc. in which HIPAA covered entities practice.
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