You Have the Power to Prevent Fraud, Waste, and Abuse

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) makes it as easy as the click of a button to report fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement in the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ programs. Through the OIG Hotline Operations’ “Report Fraud” link, they accepts tips and complaints from all sources. The information you provide will be reviewed by OIG professionals. Not all submitted tips and complaints will receive a reply, but all will be reviewed.

If you have questionable practices going on at your medical organization, watch the video on the OIG Hotline Operations webpage for more information. You can search for compliance education material there, as well.

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Michelle Dick

Executive Editor at AAPC
Michelle A. Dick has been executive editor for AAPC for over seven years. Prior to her work at AAPC, she was editor-in-chief at Eli Research and Element K Journals, and disk ad coordinator, web designer/developer, and graphic artist at White Directory Publishers, Inc. Dick has a Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design from the State University of New York - Buffalo State and is a member of the Flower City Professional Coders in Rochester, N.Y.
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Michelle A. Dick has been executive editor for AAPC for over seven years. Prior to her work at AAPC, she was editor-in-chief at Eli Research and Element K Journals, and disk ad coordinator, web designer/developer, and graphic artist at White Directory Publishers, Inc. Dick has a Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design from the State University of New York - Buffalo State and is a member of the Flower City Professional Coders in Rochester, N.Y.

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