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If you’re a compliance professional at a hospital you are probably aware of the series of compliance reviews that the OIG has been performing for many years.
Compliance formed and quickly evolved since the 1980s after the government paid for hammers that were billed at $435 each and $640 toilet seats and fraud was reported for the Department of Defense contractors.
As compliance professionals, many of us are acutely aware of the published Corporate Integrity Agreements (CIA) that the OIG publishes on their website.
Does your organization perform blood draws for laboratory tests? Do your lab technicians who draw blood ever need to travel to obtain the specimen from the patient?
The Compliance Solution of Your Dreams Just Got Even Better
If you are a provider of equipment or supplies to your patients, the latest OIG audit report will be of interest to you.
It’s a new year but we’re still focused on the same thing: Effective compliance. You too can show dominance in the world of compliance by staying one step ahead for 2019.
It’s that time again. The OIG has updated their work plan with January 2019 additions. Here are some of the recent items I thought you’d find of interest.