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The ProviderTrust Blog

Your source for healthcare compliance news, advice from industry experts, and all things related to OIG exclusions.

Michael Rosen, ESQ

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Industry News, OIG, ProviderTrust News, HCCA

2017 HCCA Annual Compliance Institute Resources

Posted by Michael Rosen, ESQ on Tue, May 23, 2017

How’s your week going so far? We hope that you are running full force and tackling the latest compliance challenges! We pride ourselves on supplying you with quality information and solutions for you and your organization to reach your goals!

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Industry News, Healthcare Compliance, License Verification

Are Physician Licenses Going Interstate?

Posted by Michael Rosen, ESQ on Tue, May 16, 2017

Nursing Boards have been proactive in making it easier for nurses to have a license in one state that is accepted in another state. The Nurse Licensure Compact allows for Nurses to have one multistate license, with the ability to practice both in their home state and other compact states. To date, there are 25 states that have enacted legislation accepting the Compact effect in their state.  

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Industry News, Health and Work, License Verification, healthcare

Nurse Practitioners: Practicing Their Rights

Posted by Michael Rosen, ESQ on Tue, May 09, 2017

Since it's National Nurses Week, we took a look at some obscure stories of how license verification can be a complicated process and stumbled upon this example from Alabama. A group of Alabama nurse practitioners sued the Alabama Nursing Board after the Board disciplined them due to some paperwork snafus.

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OIG, Fraud and Abuse, corporate integrity agreements, compliance program

Corporate Integrity Agreements are Not a Right

Posted by Michael Rosen, ESQ on Tue, Apr 25, 2017

There are many misunderstandings in the compliance world on how CIAs are used and whether or not the OIG is obligated to enter into one. The OIG does not have to enter into a Corporate Integrity Agreement, nor does a provider have an automatic right to one.

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OIG, Medicaid, Medicare, Fraud and Abuse, department of justice

The OIG is Serious About Personal Care Fraud: Cruisin’ for a Bruisin’

Posted by Michael Rosen, ESQ on Thu, Apr 20, 2017

The OIG has heard and seen it all, right? It is hard to imagine the daily insanity of discovering and investigating fraudulent behavior within the healthcare industry. One thing is for sure; they are not messing around.

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