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The Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCFHS) leverages the DataFlow Group’s specialized Primary Source Verification (PSV) solutions to screen the credentials of healthcare professionals practicing in the Kingdom.
The SCFHS is the healthcare regulator for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Under its capacity, the SCFHS is responsible for developing, approving and supervising professional health-related programs, and developing sustained medical education programs for health-related disciplines. Furthermore, the SCFHS supervises and evaluates training programs, as well as sets controls and standards for the practice of health professions. The SCFHS is led by a vision to improve healthcare professional performance to meet international standards, and by a mission to develop healthcare standards through designing and organising health training programs; ensure the effectiveness of health practitioners’ registration and classification; promote medical research and education; and achieve sustained professional development in the Kingdom.
Why choose DataFlow for your PSV application?
The Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCHFS) is the government authority responsible for evaluating training sessions for healthcare professionals. It also supervises and formulates such programs to ensure the country’s preservation and escalation of quality healthcare services.
To become an integral part of this country’s healthcare industry, you will have to meet the prescribed standards of SCHFS. The primary step is completing the Primary Source Verification of all necessary documents required to screen the candidates in the Kingdom. SCHFS relies solely on the complete Primary Source Verification (PSV) services provided by DataFlow Group.
DataFlow Group has become an integral part of this process by providing the most efficient verification application platform for SCHFS. With a structured and simplified approach, we screen the applications by thoroughly verifying the following documents submitted by applicants worldwide.