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Combatting the Opioid Epidemic

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What's New

January 16, 2019
Updated: Work Plan
Updated Corporate Integrity Agreement List
January 15, 2019
Updated Corporate Integrity Agreement List
January 14, 2019
Advisory Opinion 19-01 (regarding a charitable pediatric clinic's arrangement under which the clinic waives cost-sharing amounts in certain circumstances)
Virginia Received Millions in Unallowable Bonus Payments (A-04-17-08060)
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Learn About Careers with OIG

A dedicated, well-trained, highly motivated workforce is a key factor in OIG's success. Join us and embark on a career that will make a difference in the lives of Americans. Learn more

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Compilations of OIG's government oversight work on specific subject matter areas, such as opioids, group homes, and hospital compliance. These topics are updated as new material is published. Learn more.

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Learn About CIAs

OIG 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.

About HHS OIG

HHS OIG is the largest inspector general's office in the Federal Government, with approximately 1,600 dedicated to combating fraud, waste and abuse and to improving the efficiency of HHS programs. A majority of OIG's resources goes toward the government oversight of Medicare and Medicaid—programs that represent a significantNewsletter graphic part of the Federal budget and that affect this country's most vulnerable citizens. OIG's oversight extends to programs under other HHS institutions, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institutes of Health, and the Food and Drug Administration.

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