Keyword: HHS Office of Inspector General (OIG)
California's legislature passed a bill that aims to cap dialysis provider profits to avoid a practice called patient steering.
Medicare Part D paid $160 million for drugs that should have been covered by hospice organizations, an audit found.
Three doctors and a medical practice will pay over $1.1 million to resolve allegations they referred patients for tests in exchange for kickbacks.
Medicare could save nearly $3 million a year if it adopted a stricter approach to price substitution in Part B, watchdog finds.
Left unchecked, EHR fraud not only defrauds American taxpayers, it also potentially puts patients at risk.
Medicaid programs in several states fail to fully vet providers at high risk for fraud, according to a new report from the Office of Inspector General.
Prescriptions for two drugs used to treat opioid addiction increased significantly from 2016 to 2018 for people on Medicare, according to a report.
A New York anesthesiologist was indicted for her alleged role in a telemedicine scheme that resulted in $7 million in fraudulent claims.
The Office of Inspector General identified significant vulnerabilities in the Medicare hospice benefit, according to a new report.
State and federal officials said IBM will pay $14.8 million to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act.