Life Sciences, Providers, Payers

Life Sciences

Clinical Trials



Population Health

Patient Outreach


Risk Modeling

Compliance and Fraud Prevention


Use Cases for Healthcare

Health Economics and Outcomes Research

Healthcare analytics companies and their customers involved with diagnosing and treating diseases can utilize mortality information to optimize outcomes for individual patients and lower the overall cost of the patient population served.

Population Health

Hospitals and medical centers can improve engagement for population health processes and minimize the administrative work required for following-up with patient populations to encourage compliance with prescription medication usage, best practice exam screening, and notification for new treatment protocol for specific disease cohorts.

Reviewing Provider Credentials

Including Fact of Death in predictive modeling and risk assessment for underwriting solutions or quickly detect when someone is impersonating a deceased patient or doctor for prescriptions or to submit claims for service.

Meeting HIPAA requirements​

Veritas’ Fact of Death Mortality Index is not protected health information (PHI) and is not derived from health records.

However, if you wish to bring this dataset into a de-identified data environment and link it to other de-identified data (e.g., merge it with EHR or claims data), Veritas can work within your de-identification and certification processes or refer you to one of our partners.​ Veritas has partnerships with most major deidentified token/linking vendors and can support your use of their solutions.


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With a Fact of Death subscription, customers get access to a file with over 38 million records from 2010 to the present and portal access for searches and further research.