3 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE PROCESSING YOUR DATAFLOW

1. What is DataFlow?

The DataFlow (also known as the DataFlow Group) is the leading global provider of specialized Primary Source Verification (PSV) solutions to assist public and private sectors in mitigating potential risk of exposing fraudulent.[1]

Various Licensing Authorities such as Department of Health - Abu Dhabi (previously known as Health Authority - Abu Dhabi), Dubai Health Authority, Saudi Council for Health Specialties, Oman Medical Specialty Board, Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners and the Ministry of Health-UAE leverages the Dataflow specialized Primary Source Verification (PSV) services to verify the professional credentials of healthcare professionals who are planning to work or even currently working under the said countries.

2. What is DataFlow Report?

It is a written report released by the DataFlow Group as the result of the checking of the authenticated documents of foreign professionals who wants to work in another country other than their own.

There are two DataFlow status results that may be indicated on a candidates’ Dataflow report: either POSITIVE result or NEGATIVE result. The positive result indicated that the candidates’ professional credentials were authenticated while the negative result manifested the candidates’ credentials were not authentic or the contact details of the institution, he or she submitted for verification was inaccessible. Re-verification of the candidates’ DataFlow report is possible for those reports that were resulted negative.

The result of the candidates’ DataFlow Report is a standard indication whether he or she was qualified according to the screening made by the DataFlow Group and the licensing authority.

3. Importance of an Application Center to assist your DataFlow Report

”How to process DataFlow?,” this the common question healthcare professionals tend to ask when they are planning to process their DataFlow Report.

The DataFlow Group is assisting over 60,000 issuing authorities throughout more than 200 countries and each Licensing Authority has a different set of regulations, qualifications and fees - these factors may cause confusion to the candidates which can also lead to delays, financial losses and rejections on their application.

A specialized exam application like NEAC Medical Exams Application, can help medical professionals process their DataFlow Report to various licensing authorities in Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, and all the Emirates in the U.A.E., with NEAC you can indulge with various perks such as:

  • Hassle-Free and Fast DataFlow Application Process
    NEAC, as the leading and specialized exam application and international licensing assistance center, has a team of expert licensing consultants and quality assurance team who assists applicants with application preparations including dataflow and multi-level proofchecking of the candidates’ documents to prevent any mistakes on the application that may cause delays in their application process.
  • Fast follow-ups
    NEAC already established strong relationship with the most Licensing Authorities which helps NEAC to solve any issues and may arise promptly with them. At the same time, each candidate under NEAC has a dedicated log-in account which they can track the progress of their DataFlow application 24/7 online. Daily and weekly status updates are usually given via email to the candidates to keep them updated regarding on the status of their DataFlow Application.
  • Credit card and other payment assistance for International Exam fee transfers
    Most Licensing Authorities preferred to receive payments via credit card for the DataFlow process. With NEAC, candidates don’t need to worry about the mode of payment because transferring the required application fees to the authorities is part of NEAC services.

For HAAD DataFlow, DHA, Oman, Qatar and Saudi Council DataFlow assistance, you can email us at neac@medexamcenter.com


    Try now our FREE INITIAL ASSESSMENT 

    Leave a comment

    Please note, comments must be approved before they are published