The CMS Preclusion List was released to Medicare Advantage plans and Part D sponsors on January 1, 2019. Since that time, our team has received the
Fraud and Abuse
The Office of Inspector General is always on the lookout for the bad actors. Here you’ll find the most up to date enforcement actions taken by OIG and the Department of Justice for fines and penalties concerning healthcare fraud and abuse.
The 4th Annual HCCA Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference was held in Washington D.C. during the mid-term election week this year. In a time of
By now, we all have been made aware of the HHS Office of Inspector General OIG’s position on exclusion monitoring. Did you know that not only do OIG
2018 is halfway over and the DOJ and HHS OIG have been very busy. Recently, the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General in
Let’s face it, screening and monitoring large healthcare populations of employees, vendors, and all of the entities in between, can be a daunting
It’s that time of year again - the OIG at HHS has released its 2018 Semiannual Report to Congress on the efforts and success of the past six months.
Teacher, leave those nurses alone I love the Pink Floyd song, "Another Brick in the Wall". The words “We don’t need no education”, are clever given
The doctor will see you now. These are words that can really make you nervous on occasion. Many times when we hear those words, we don’t even question