OIG eyes 2011 health IT initiatives

With new changes ahead with health information technology in the Medicare and Medicare programs, the Health and Human Services' Office of the Inspector General (OIG) announced its intention in its 2011 Work Plan, released last month, to closely monitor this area. The OIG also will be reviewing the government stimulus program that will distribute billions of dollars to providers nationwide under the meaningful use provisions. --Read the full story at FierceHealthIT

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