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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 May 21, 2024




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Showing 501–520 of 1,168 reports, containing 3,782 recommendations Sorted by latest release date
  • Indiana Did Not Ensure That Medicaid Payments Were Made Properly for Some Claims Identified as Having Third-Party Coverage

  • Baylor Scott & White—College Station: Audit of Outpatient Outlier Payments

  • Hawaii's Monitoring Generally Ensured Child Care Provider Compliance With State Criminal Background Check Requirements

  • National Background Check Program for Long Term Care Providers: Assessment of State Programs Concluded in 2019

  • Medicare Hospital Provider Compliance Audit: Flagstaff Medical Center

  • Colorado Claimed Unsupported and Incorrect Federal Medicaid Reimbursement for Beneficiaries Enrolled in the New Adult Group

  • Indiana's Monitoring Did Not Ensure Child Care Provider Compliance With State Criminal Background Check Requirements at 17 of 30 Providers Reviewed

  • Texas Relied on Impermissible Provider-Related Donations To Fund the State Share of the Medicaid Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program

  • Michigan Did Not Bill Manufacturers for Some Rebates for Drugs Dispensed to Enrollees of Medicaid Managed-Care Organizations

  • Medicare Contractors Were Not Consistent in How They Reviewed Extrapolated Overpayments in the Provider Appeals Process

  • Illinois Claimed Unallowable Telemedicine Payments

  • Indiana Paid $3.5 Million for Medicaid Nonemergency Medical Transport Claims That Did Not Comply With Federal and State Requirements

  • CMS's Encounter Data Lack Essential Information That Medicare Advantage Organizations Have the Ability to Collect

  • CMS Generally Met Requirements for the DMEPOS Competitive Bidding Program Round 1 Recompete

  • New Jersey Did Not Ensure That Incidents of Potential Abuse or Neglect of Medicaid Beneficiaries Residing in Nursing Facilities Were Always Properly Investigated and Reported

  • Rhode Island's Monitoring Did Not Ensure Child Care Provider Compliance With State Criminal Background Check Requirements at 18 of 30 Providers Reviewed

  • Nebraska Claimed Unallowable School-Based Administrative Costs Because of Improper Coding of Random Moment Timestudy Responses

  • Medicare Laboratory Test Expenditures Increased in 2018, Despite New Rate Reductions

  • Medicare Home Health Agency Provider Compliance Audit: Mission Home Health of San Diego, Inc.

  • Medicare Home Health Agency Provider Compliance Audit: Condado Home Care Program, Inc.