Keyword: HHS Office of Inspector General (OIG)
A look at the transparency controversy in Ohio, plus a look at other Medicaid news from around the country.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley wants to know what HHS is doing to address what the Office of Inspector General called "critical vulnerabilities" in the department's cybersecurity controls and detection.
Two senators are asking the OIG to investigate pharmacy benefit managers' business practices, in particular controversial spread pricing models.
The DOJ filed charges against 24 telemedicine and medical equipment execs and physicians for alleged participation in a $1.2 billion fraud scheme.
A federal judge will allow witnesses who oppose the CVS-Aetna merger to testify at a series of hearings, plus more payer headlines.
The owner of several South Florida skilled nursing and assisted living facilities has been found guilty one of the largest fraud schemes in U.S. history.
Frank Pallone Jr. is calling for the OIG to investigate reports that CMS Administrator Seema Verma directed millions of dollars in contracts to consultants.
The federal government needs to provide more resources and incentives to help healthcare organizations protect their IT systems and data from cyberattacks.
Security gaps across U.S. Department of Health and Human Services networks are putting systems and data at risk of a cyber attack, according to an OIG report.
Vanguard agreed to pay more than $18 million to resolve a lawsuit brought by the U.S. DOJ and the state of Tennessee for Medicare and Medicaid fraud.