The steady rise in demand for home health and personal care services and lack of certain controls has produced vulnerabilities in government healthcare programs to eliminate fraud, waste, and abuse.
HHS OIG Acting Inspector General, Joanne M. Chiedi releases the Fall Semiannual Report to Congress, summarizing department activities and accomplishments.
Learn how HHS OIG makes a decision on when to impose permissive exclusions for healthcare providers, managing employees, owners, vendors, and more.
Learn more about the latest CMS rule designed to combat fraud in healthcare and its implications for your organization.
Learn how to screen DEA and FDA databases for sanctioned physicians and prescribers.
As CMS releases the final rule around Program Integrity Enhancements to the Provider Enrollment Process, prepare for new affiliations and disclosure requirements.
Read how our smarter monitoring identified an excluded provider, resulting in the OIG closing an investigation due to data gaps at the primary source.
Don’t be fooled! There is a difference between the requirements for a pre-employment background check and ongoing exclusion monitoring.