Fourteen Years Later: New OIG Guidance On Excluded Providers

In This Issue:

- Exclusion from Federal Health Care Programs

- The New Advisory Bulletin

- What Providers Should Know

- For More Information

- Excerpt from Exclusion from Federal Health Care Programs:

Individuals or entities can be excluded from participation in Federal health care programs for a variety of misconduct, including: being convicted of a program-related crime; submitting false, fraudulent, or otherwise improper claims; or engaging in other types of fraud and abuse. Excluded individuals can be subject to civil and criminal liability, including monetary penalties under the Civil Monetary Penalties Law (“CMP”) and the False Claims Act (“FCA”).

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