Turn Up the Volume for OIG Monthly Podcasts

Turn Up the Volume for OIG Monthly Podcasts

If you haven’t stumbled on the treasure trove of information in the Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) Media section of their website, it’s time you found it.

OIG now keeps you informed on fraud, enforcement, and compliance via podcast. The podcasts are found on the OIG website with Mike Kane, Office of External Affairs, discussing the monthly news and findings, recent healthcare enforcement actions and OIG reports—such as Semi-Annual Report to Congress—and even U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS)-OIG’s 40th anniversary information. You can find podcasts going back as far as March 2012.

Be warned: When you start listening, it’s hard to stop. And, while you’re on the OIG podcast Web page, click the Exclusions Database button to see which doctors are excluded from government funding.

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Michelle A. Dick, BS, is a freelance content specialist, providing writing, editorial expertise, and graphic imagery to clients. Prior to becoming a free agent, she was an executive editor for AAPC, editor-in-chief at Eli Research, and editor at Element K Journals. After earning a Bachelor of Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo State, Dick entered the publishing industry as a graphic artist, ad coordinator, and web designer for White Directory Publishers, Inc.
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Michelle A. Dick, BS, is a freelance content specialist, providing writing, editorial expertise, and graphic imagery to clients. Prior to becoming a free agent, she was an executive editor for AAPC, editor-in-chief at Eli Research, and editor at Element K Journals. After earning a Bachelor of Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo State, Dick entered the publishing industry as a graphic artist, ad coordinator, and web designer for White Directory Publishers, Inc.

One Response to “Turn Up the Volume for OIG Monthly Podcasts”

  1. Lisa Jones CPC says:

    This is awesome info. I had no idea the OIG even offered this!

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