The OIG's 2010 Work Plan — What's Critical for Long-Term Care & Community-Based Providers

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The Work Plans issued by the Department of Health and Human Services,

Office of the Inspector General (OIG) give providers insight into what the OIG

believes are areas prone to fraud, waste and abuse. Thus, long-term care

providers can utilize this information, along with other available guidance, to

develop compliance plans and activities for the upcoming year.

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