Reports

  • Advisory Opinion 20-03
  • Part D Plans Generally Include Drugs Commonly Used by Dual Eligibles: 2020
  • Unaccompanied Alien Children Program Care Provider Facilities Do Not Include All Required Security Measures in Their Checklists
  • Texas Telemedicine Services Were Provided in Accordance with State Requirements
  • Medicare Hospital Provider Compliance Audit: The Ohio State University Hospital
  • New Jersey Did Not Ensure That Its Managed Care Organizations Adequately Assessed and Covered Medicaid Beneficiaries Needs for Long-Term Services and Supports
  • Spring 2020 Semiannual Report to Congress
  • OIG Strategic Plan: Oversight of COVID-19 Response and Recovery
  • HHS OIG Toolkits for Calculating Opioid Levels and Identifying Patients At Risk of Misuse or Overdose
  • Medicare Part D Beneficiaries at Serious Risk of Opioid Misuse or Overdose: A Closer Look
  • Medicare Made $11.7 Million in Overpayments for Nonphysician Outpatient Services Provided Shortly Before or During Inpatient Stays
  • Selected Health Care Coalitions Increased Involvement in Whole Community Preparedness But Face Developmental Challenges Following New Requirements in 2017
  • Grand Desert Psychiatric Services: Audit of Medicare Payments for Psychotherapy Services
  • Recommendation Followup: Michigan Did Not Report and Refund the Full Federal Share of Medicaid Overpayments
  • 96 Percent of South Carolina Medicaid Fee-for-Service Telemedicine Payments Were Insufficiently Documented or Otherwise Unallowable
  • An Estimated 87 Percent of Inpatient Psychiatric Facility Claims With Outlier Payments Did Not Meet Medicare Medical Necessity or Documentation Requirements
  • New York Did Not Bill Manufacturers for Some Rebates for Drugs Dispensed to Enrollees of Medicaid Managed-Care Organizations
  • Iowa Inadequately Monitored Its Medicaid Health Home Providers, Resulting in Tens of Millions in Improperly Claimed Reimbursement
  • Hospital Experiences Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Results of a National Pulse Survey March 23-27, 2020
  • The National Institutes of Health Administered Superfund Appropriations During Fiscal Year 2018 in Accordance With Federal Requirements
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