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

OIG, OIG Work Plan, compliance program

July OIG Work Plan Updates

Posted by Michael Rosen, ESQ on Thu, Jul 27, 2017

As of June 2017, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) began providing updates to their Work Plan on a monthly basis. This will help compliance professionals update their plan or make sure they are continuing to focus on the most current OIG priority areas. The online updates will allow direct access to providers and other visitors.

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New Changes to the OIG Work Plan

Posted by Michael Rosen, ESQ on Tue, Jun 27, 2017

Have you heard of the OIG’s Work Plan? Effective June 15, The OIG announced that it will update its Work Plan website monthly and provide more timely information. Usually, compliance professionals have been accustomed to receiving annual OIG Work Plans between August and October, and possibly an update once a year on the progress. Let’s take a look at some of the new features and content.

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Workshop Replay: Did you update your Compliance Plan for 2017?

Posted by Donna Thiel on Tue, Jan 31, 2017

It’s that time of year again.  Time to brush the dust off your Compliance Plan and make sure you are monitoring the right areas and make sure you Plan reflects any process changes made in 2016.  Of course, best practice is to routinely review the Compliance Plan and update as needed but just in case, let’s review some basic steps you can take to update your Compliance Plan today.

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OIG 2017 Work Plan: Plan on it!

Posted by Michael Rosen, ESQ on Thu, Dec 01, 2016

It's time again

Each fall the OIG releases its Annual Work Plan for compliance so healthcare organizations can get an idea of the status of items from the year before as well as a roadmap of what areas and specific items the OIG will focus its efforts in the next year.

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OIG Exclusion List, Healthcare Compliance, OIG, OIG Work Plan, Self Disclosure

Avoiding Risks in Your Healthcare Compliance Plan

Posted by Michael Rosen, ESQ on Tue, Jun 14, 2016

Effective compliance planning is demonstrated and driven by outcome.

The most important step in creating an effective compliance plan for your organization is to be proactive in actually implementing its terms. Leaving a compliance plan on a shelf collecting dust, as if an afterthought, sends the wrong message to prosecutors especially if an audit of your organization should find any excluded individuals or entities, or other non compliance.

The first steps towards compliance are having a plan in place. In some respects, that is the easy part. Not only is it required to have a compliance plan in some fields of healthcare, but it is also a building block for an organization’s compliance success.

This just goes to show it's not just words on paper, but it is a document outlining how you will be held responsible for adhering to its terms. Not adhering to its terms can lead to a forced Corporate Integrity Agreement (CIA) with the OIG along with hefty fines.

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