Accountable Care Organizations
The Affordable Care Act contains several provisions that support the development of Accountable Care Organizations to manage and coordinate care for beneficiaries.Read More
The OIG issues advisory opinions about the application of OIG's fraud and abuse authorities to the requesting party's existing or proposed business arrangement.Read More
Compliance 101 and Provider Education
OIG developed the free educational resources listed on this Compliance 101 Web page to help health care providers, practitioners, and suppliers understand the health care fraud and abuse laws and the consequences of violating them.Read More
The OIG has developed a series of voluntary compliance program guidance documents directed at various segments of the health care industry.Read More
Corporate Integrity Agreements
The Office of Inspector General negotiates Corporate Integrity Agreements with health care providers and other entities as part of the settlement of Federal health care program investigations arising under a variety of civil false claims statutes.Read More
The Inspector General occasionally issues letters to health care providers alerting them to OIG policies and processes.Read More
RAT-STATS is a free statistical software package that providers can download to assist in a claims review.Read More
Safe Harbor Regulations
The "safe harbor" regulations describe various payment and business practices that, although they potentially implicate the Federal anti-kickback statute, are not treated as offenses under the statute.Read More
Self-disclosures should not be reported to the OIG Hotline. The Office of Inspector General (OIG) has several self-disclosure processes that can be used to report potential fraud in Department of Health and Human Services programs.Read More
Special Fraud Alerts, Bulletins, and Other Guidance
A listing of Special Fraud Alerts, Bulletins, and Other Guidance issued by OIG.Read More
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FY 2014 Work Plan
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