The OIG's 2009 Work Plan — What's in it for Long-term Care & Community-based Providers?


Providers conducting annual updates to their compliance plans should

consider, among other available guidance, the Department of Health and

Human Services, Office of the Inspector General's (OIG) focus areas set forth

in the OIG's fiscal year (FY) 2009 Work Plan.

Kristin C. Cilento of Ober|Kaler takes a look at the

provisions that address perceived issues involving home health agencies,

nursing homes, hospice providers, and other providers rendering services in

these long-term care settings.

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