Compliance News Roundup: OIG Work Plan Updates - Jan. 2019

1. Attorney General Announces Two Medicaid Behavioral Health Fraud Convictions - On December 7, 2018, Attorney General Josh Stein announced that Lisa Carol Raymond of Greenville, North Carolina, and Robert Paul Maglicic, Jr., of Miami, Florida, pleaded guilty to Conspiracy to Commit Health Care Fraud in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Get the full scoop >>

2. “Three-Quarter House” Director Charged with Defrauding Medicaid Through Kickback Scheme - Attorney General Letitia James announced the conviction of Robert H. Corrado, 57 and Interline Employee Assistance Program, Inc. (Interline) for engaging in a systematic kickback scheme and violating patients’ rights. Get the full scoop >>

3. Deeper Than the Headlines: OIG Work Plan Updates - Jan. 2019 - Medicare Home Health Agency (HHA) coverage requirements state that an HHA is responsible for providing all services either directly, or under arrangement while a beneficiary, is under a home health plan of care authorized by a physician. Get the full scoop >>

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