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Recommendations Tracker

HHS-OIG provides independent and objective oversight that promotes economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in HHS programs and operations. To drive positive change, we produce reports and identify recommendations for improvement. We have developed this public-facing page for tracking all of our open recommendations. Learn More

Summary of Recommendations Data

Updated Monthly · Last updated on January 12, 2023

1,375

Open recommendations since start of FY 2000

$103.8B

Potential savings from open recommendations

306

Closed recommendations since start of FY 2022

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Showing 1–20 of 525 reports, containing 1,375 recommendations Sorted by most recent report
  • National Government Services, Inc., Claimed Some Unallowable Medicare Pension Costs Through Its Incurred Cost Proposals

  • National Government Services, Inc., Overstated Its United Government Services, LLC, Medicare Segment Pension Assets and Understated Medicare's Share of the Medicare Segment Excess Pension Liabilities as of December 31, 2018

  • National Government Services, Inc., Overstated Its Plan B Medicare Segment Pension Assets and Overstated Medicare's Share of the Medicare Segment Excess Pension Assets as of December 31, 2018

  • National Government Services, Inc., Understated Its Plan A Medicare Segment Pension Assets and Overstated Medicare's Share of the Medicare Segment Excess Pension Liabilities as of December 31, 2018

  • CMS Should Bolster Its Oversight of Manufacturer-Submitted ASP Data to Ensure Accurate Part B Drug Payments

  • Medicare Advantage Compliance Audit of Specific Diagnosis Codes That Cigna-HealthSpring of Tennessee, Inc. (Contract H4454) Submitted to CMS

  • Manufacturers May Need Additional Guidance To Ensure Consistent Average Sales Price Calculations

  • Illinois Generally Complied With Requirements for Claiming Medicaid Reimbursement for Telehealth Payments During COVID-19

  • The Municipality of Manati Did Not Always Manage Its Head Start Disaster Assistance Awards in Accordance With Federal and Commonwealth Requirements

  • National Government Services, Inc., Claimed Some Unallowable Medicare Nonqualified Plan Costs Through Its Incurred Cost Proposals

  • National Government Services, Inc., Claimed Some Unallowable Medicare Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan Costs Through Its Incurred Cost Proposals

  • National Government Services, Inc., Claimed Some Unallowable Medicare Postretirement Benefit Plan Costs Through Its Incurred Cost Proposals

  • Keystone First Should Improve Its Procedures for Reviewing Service Requests That Require Prior Authorization

  • Mandated Analysis of Home Health Service Utilization From January 2016 Through March 2022

  • Providers Did Not Always Comply With Federal Requirements When Claiming Medicare Bad Debts

  • For Medicaid-Enrolled Children Diagnosed With Lead Toxicity in Five States, Documentation Reviewed for Diagnoses and Treatment Services Raises Concerns

  • FDA's Approach to Overseeing Online Tobacco Retailers Needs Improvement

  • Medicare Providers Did Not Always Comply With Federal Requirements When Billing for Advance Care Planning

  • Medicare Improperly Paid Physicians for Co-Surgery and Assistant-at-Surgery Services That Were Billed Without the Appropriate Payment Modifiers

  • Puerto Rico MMIS and E&E Systems Security Controls Were Generally Effective, but Some Improvements Are Needed