Provider Self-Disclosure Protocol
Providers who wish to voluntarily disclose self-discovered evidence of potential fraud to OIG may do so under the Provider Self-Disclosure Protocol (SDP). Self-disclosure gives providers the opportunity to avoid the costs and disruptions associated with a Government-directed investigation and civil or administrative litigation.
Have you or any of your affiliates submitted a self-disclosure to the OIG in the past or currently have one pending? If so, please identify the submission date of the self-disclosure and list the name of the entity and affiliates.
- Provider Self-Disclosure Protocol (April 17, 2013)
- List of Recently Settled Provider Self-Disclosures
- Open Letter to Health Care Providers (March 24, 2009)
- Provider Self-Disclosure Protocol Federal Register Notice (October 30, 1998 [63 Fed. Reg. 58,399])
- Open Letter to Health Care Providers (April 15, 2008)
- Open Letter to Health Care Providers (April 24, 2006)
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