- January 18, 2017
- FY 2016 Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control Program Report
- Video Series Eye on Oversight: Exclusions
- California Improperly Claimed Federal Medicaid Reimbursement for Certain Nonemergency Services (A-09-15-02020)
- Northside Medical Center Incorrectly Billed Medicare Inpatient Claims with Severe Malnutrition (A-03-15-00012)
- A Southern California Physical Therapy Practice Claimed Unallowable Medicare Part B Reimbursement for Some Outpatient Therapy Services (A-09-15-02015)
- Updated Civil Monetary Penalties and Affirmative Exclusions
- January 17, 2017; U.S. Attorney; Western District of Missouri
- Former Physician Pleads Guilty to Health Care Fraud Scheme
- January 13, 2017; U.S. Attorney; District of Kansas
- Medical Imaging Provider Sentenced for Federal Health Care Fraud
- January 13, 2017; U.S. Department of Justice
- Medstar Ambulance to Pay $12.7 Million to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations Involving Medically Unnecessary Transport Services and Inflated Claims to Medicare
- January 12, 2017; U.S. Attorney; Eastern District of Washington
- Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation Enter Into False Claims Act and Voluntary Compliance Agreements Regarding Challenged Youth Counseling Services
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FY 2017 Work Plan
OIG projects planned for 2017.
Significant OIG activities in 6-month increments.
Recovery Act Oversight
OIG will assess whether HHS is using Recovery Act funds in accordance with legal and administrative requirements and is meeting the accountability objectives defined by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).