September 2014 OIG Update
October 6, 2014 Podcast
Mike Kane, Office of External Affairs, discusses recent enforcement actions, updates on OIG's Most Wanted Health Care Fugitives and reports released in September 2014.
Health Insurance Marketplaces Generally Protected Personally Identifiable Information but Could Improve Certain Information Security Controls
September 23, 2014
Tom Salmon, an Assistant Inspector General for Audit Services, is interviewed by Sheri Fulcher, Regional Inspector General for Audit Services.
Manufacturer Safeguards May Not Prevent Copayment Coupon Use for Part D Drugs
September 19, 2014
Melissa Baker, a team leader for the Office of Evaluation and Inspections in Chicago, is interviewed by Laura Kordish, Deputy Regional Inspector General for Office of Evaluation and Inspections.
Hospital Emergency Preparedness and Response During Superstorm Sandy
September 17, 2014
Petra Nealy, a senior analyst for the Office of Evaluation and Inspections in Dallas, is interviewed by Ben Gaddis, a program analyst for the Office of Evaluation and Inspections.
Medicare Part B Prescription Drug Dispensing and Supplying Fee Payment Rates
September 16, 2014
John Fitzsimmons, a senior auditor for the Office of Audit Services in Oklahoma City, is interviewed by Warren Lundy, an audit manager for Audit Services.
Compliance with Federal Regulations for Reporting Allegations of Abuse or Neglect
August 18, 2014
Rae Hutchison, a senior program analyst for the Office of Evaluation and Inspections in Kansas City, is interviewed by Brian Whitley, Regional Inspector General for the Office of Evaluation and Inspections.
Early Enrollment Challenges in Health Insurance Marketplaces
July 1, 2014
Marc DeGuzman, a senior auditor in Los Angeles, interviews Maria Silvestre, a senior auditor in San Diego, about internal controls to safeguard enrollment in health insurance marketplaces. In the second half of the podcast, Russ Hereford, a Deputy Regional Inspector General interviews Danielle Fletcher, a program analyst in Boston, about marketplaces resolving inconsistencies with applicant enrollment information.
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- Not All Internal Controls Implemented by the Federal, California, and Connecticut Marketplaces Were Effective in Ensuring That Individuals Were Enrolled in Qualified Health Plans According to Federal Requirements (A-09-14-01000)
- Marketplaces Faced Early Challenges Resolving Inconsistencies With Applicant Data (OEI-01-14-00180)
- Letters to Congress
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California's Licensing Surveys of Nursing Homes Could Not Ensure the Quality of Care for Beneficiaries
June 10, 2014
Reid Sund, an auditor for the Office of Audit Services, is interviewed by Marc DeGuzman, senior auditor in San Diego.
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