COMPLIANCE PLANS

OIG Work Plan Monthly Review: March 2018

One of the seven new items on the OIG's Work Plan this month, one deals with child support. Among the six items focusing directly on health care, none directly address clinical laboratories or … [Read more...]

COMPLIANCE PLANS

OIG Work Plan Monthly Review: February 2018

The three new items OIG added to its Work Plan this month focus on various oversight of Medicare and Medicaid program initiatives, including State Medicaid fraud enforcement, processing of provider … [Read more...]

ENFORCEMENT

OIG Work Plan Monthly Review: January 2018

Opioid drug-related issues continue to command the lion's share of OIG Work Plan attention, including two of this month's six new items. While none of the new initiatives directly affect labs or lab … [Read more...]

COMPLIANCE PLANS

OIG Work Plan Monthly Review: December 2017

None of the six items the OIG added to its Work Plan this month directly address labs or labs services. However, five of the new items, including the two dealing with opioid abuse, might affect labs … [Read more...]

ENFORCEMENT

OIG Work Plan Monthly Review: November 2017

The OIG added four new items to its Work Plan this month, all of which have potential indirect effects on clinical labs involved in providing the targeted services. 1. Opioids in Medicaid: Concerns … [Read more...]

COMPLIANCE

OIG Work Plan Monthly Review: September 2017

Many of the 12 new items that the OIG added to its 2017 Work Plan in September target state and federal government agencies, including the Department of Health and Human Services itself—specifically, … [Read more...]

WHISTLEBLOWERS

Tool: Model Hotline Allegations Investigation Procedure

The OIG Model Compliance Plan for Clinical Laboratories requires labs to establish mechanisms for not only receiving but promptly investigating internal complaints and reports of potential compliance … [Read more...]

EMPLOYMENT

Social Media and Hiring: Can You Use Facebook to Screen Job Applicants?

The consensus seems to be that the popular employer practice of demanding Facebook passwords from job applicants and screening their pages is both morally "wrong" and "illegal." … [Read more...]

COMPLIANCE

Theranos Adds Compliance Focused Executives and Board Committee

By Kelly A. Briganti, Editorial Director, G2 Intelligence While still facing serious sanctions from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Theranos has been taking steps to rehabilitate its … [Read more...]

Top 10 Compliance Issues and Tips for 2016

January is a time for reflection and resolutions. For compliance officers that means evaluating compliance risks. G2 Compliance Advisor surveyed experts in laboratory compliance for the top issues … [Read more...]


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