OIG Work Plan: A Roadmap to Identify Health Care Compliance Risk

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Each year, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) issues a Work Plan that summarizes new and ongoing OIG reviews and areas of focused attention for the coming year and beyond. The current Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 Work Plan was issued in November 2015 and supplemented by a Mid-Year Update in April 2016. OIG considers work planning a “dynamic process” with adjustments made throughout the year to meet priorities and in response to new issues as necessary. Accordingly, the Work Plan provides health care providers and related entities with a “roadmap” of issues that are currently being addressed or will be addressed in the coming year by OIG. As we look towards OIG’s issuance of the FY 2017 Work Plan in a few months, we are revisiting OIG’s FY 2016 plans, projections, results and mid-year updates that reflect the trajectory of ongoing and future examinations and enforcement priorities.

The Work Plan is generally framed around the following HHS top management and performance challenges...

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