OIG Provider Self-Disclosure

Download Module Resources Download, save, and review this Reference Document that outlines the protocol required should the practice find that disclosing overpayments or other compliance issues is necessary. This guidance is directly from the Office of Inspector General and lays a strong foundation for a practice’s actions when self-reporting is required. OIG Provider Self-Disclosure
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Self-Reporting Errors and Instances of Potential Fraud

Self-Disclosure Protocols are Critical The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG)’s Provider Self-Disclosure Protocol, updated April 17, 2013, lays out the process for health care providers to voluntarily identify, disclose, and resolve instances of potential fraud involving the federal health care program. It enables providers to voluntarily disclose self-discovered...
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