Provider FAQ's

Here is a collection of FAQ's to help you.

Carelike values itself on being the most comprehensive and transparent search directory available. This means, we make efforts to list all known providers and their information, not just providers who purchase a subscription and add enhanced details. Most of our data is pulled from freely available state licensing data sources. This information is then aggregated and made available through our search technology. Unlike many other post-acute and community care search databases, we list all known providers and not just providers with whom we are contracted.
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Carelike’s Channel Partners are a group of leading companies, non-profit organizations and government agencies who use Carelike as their primary source of post-acute and community care service information. Channel Partners license the Carelike database and search tools through a range of web service offerings, including private labeling, custom portals and data access through an API. Channel Partner organizations include: Arthritis Foundation, Alzheimer's Association, Carebridge, Mayo Clinic, MorCare (which supports 70+ hospitals), Optum, plus many others.
Carelike has formed partnerships with a variety of corporations, non-profit organizations and government agencies, many of which use our database to coordinate care services for consumers with immediate needs, resulting in valuable referrals for local service providers. We call these partnerships our Channel Partners. Updating your Provider Basic Listing or completing a Provider Service Profile is an easy way to attract business. Senior service providers can use the profile to showcase relevant skills and experience, which significantly increases the likelihood of receiving these referrals. Profiles with images are even more likely to receive referrals.
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Carelike obtains as much information as possible on each service listed within our database from over 400 data sources. In addition to obtaining information from our established resources, we regularly reach out to business owners or authorized agents of a business to claim their business listing and add additional details about the services they offer. This is in an effort to provide our users with robust information.
Carelike aggregates and maintains basic information about licensed post-acute and community care providers in the U.S. from several hundred sources at the federal, state and local levels as well as through advocacy membership organizations. Basic information about non-licensed providers is collected from private sources. Detailed information is collected when providers complete their enhanced profiles, outlining the care and services that they offer.
Data is obtained from several hundred sources at federal, state, and local levels in addition to partnerships established with professional associations. Each category may be procured from a different set of sources depending on whether the service is licensed in a particular state or not.
Carelike also performs regular outreach to service providers so they can add their business profile if it falls within the categories we currently maintain. Businesses can be added at no charge to the Carelike database. Before submissions from businesses are published in the Carelike database, the information is reviewed by the quality assurance department.