Sunshine Act Compliance
Track physician spend for the Sunshine Act
easily with Certify’s innovative expense solution. With Certify, employees can easily submit expenses related to physician spend, while managers can track and report on all NPI expense data
from one simple, web-based system.
Companies will be required to begin data capture on August 1, 2013, and submit their first federal reports by March 31, 2014.
Get ahead of the deadline and start using Certify today, sign up for a 30-day trial.
Love Certify! User friendly, easy to train our staff on, great features for a staff that is always on the road.
Finance Manager, Vanguard Pharma
Best in show! Constantly improving an already great product.
Travel Manager, The Advocator Group
Most employees find Certify very easy to use, and love the mobile app.
A/P Manager, Daktronics, Inc.
Certify is the easiest travel and expense system on the market. I implemented the whole system myself in less than a month.
Financial Analyst, LI-COR, Inc.
Certify is a great product. We transitioned from Concur. Our transition was simple and have had great support from Certify.
Accounting Manager, Holland LP
Certify is very easy to use, and the implementation was a breeze. Thanks so much!
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