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The OIG has updated their work plan with its January 2018 additions. Let’s take a deep dive into the updates and what they mean for you as a compliance professional.
This week on Compliance Conversations: I asked compliance and healthcare law expert Marci Swenson, “what do you think the hot topics will be for 2018.” And she gave us two answers: benchmarking and cyber security.
Compliance experts recommend that healthcare organizations conduct regular assessments to maintain compliance.
When a lot of healthcare organizations consider their risk under the False Claims Act, they often think of coding and billing errors submitted on 1500s or UBs. It’s probably the first place I’d consider looking as well for the greatest risk to a Medicare or Medicaid healthcare provider.
Auditing and Monitoring: One of the 7 Elements of an Effective Compliance Program
The OIG frequently creates and shares short videos about important compliance topics in their series, “Eye on Oversight.” Their most recent release demonstrates the importance of OIG Audits.
1. Kelly Loter, 48, the owner of Dallas’ Level Two advertising firm, has admitted his role in what he describes as a massive healthcare fraud scheme.
For the last month or so I’ve been posting about various CIA compliance program requirements from the OIG in one of their most recently published CIA.