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The OIG 2024 Workplan: Review of New and Updated Part A and Part B Risk Areas

Presenter Michael D Miscoe, Esq, CPC, CPCO, CPMA, CASCC, CCPC, CUC
Broadcast Date 3/27/2024
Time 10:00am PT / 11:00am MT / 12:00pm CT / 1:00pm ET
Presentation Length 60 minutes
Price $65 (Non-members $85)
The OIG 2024 Workplan: Review of New and Updated Part A and Part B Risk Areas Webinar

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Understanding the Office of Inspector General's (OIG) focus areas for its enforcement efforts will assist you with tailoring your compliance program efforts pertaining to education and internal auditing to ensure your practice does not become a post payment statistic. Additionally, it will assist with structuring internal audit programs so you can find, correct, and, where necessary, disclose errors in advance of any OIG or Integrity Contractor inquiry. You will learn the new, updated and ongoing target areas applicable to Medicare Part A and B that have been selected for elevated enforcement for 2018. New target areas will be specifically discussed and where appropriate, you will be provided with recommendations for assessing and reducing post-payment risk associated with OIG target areas.

Learning Objectives/Agenda

• Knowledge of the OIG’s areas of focus for its Medicare Program Integrity Efforts
• How to ensure compliance in the areas of most significant risk. • New and Revised Risk Areas for Part A providers
• New and Revised Risk Areas for Part B providers
• New and Revised Risk Areas for DME providers
• OIG Strategic Plan (2014-2019) – Goals
• OIG Work Plan Priorities
• HHS Oversight
• HHS Mission
• HHS Vision
• HHS Values

Why is this topic important?

The OIG forewarns us with the areas of most significant concern. This allows compliance personnel, practice managers, auditors, coders, and physicians to focus their education, internal audits and compliance efforts so as to avoid liability.

Who would benefit from this topic?

• Compliance Officers
• Practice Managers
• Auditors
• Coders
• Physicians

What’s the presenter's background/expertise on this topic?

As an attorney and compliance professional, I study the OIG Fraud and Abuse work plan, the OIG’s quarterly updates, settlements, prosecution efforts and enforcement statistics closely.

Michael D Miscoe, Esq, CPC, CPCO, CPMA, CASCC, CCPC, CUC

About The Author

Michael D Miscoe, Esq, CPC, CPCO, CPMA, CASCC, CCPC, CUC

Mr. Miscoe has a bachelors of science degree from the United States Military Academy, a juris doctorate degree from Concord Law School, is a Certified Professional Coder, Certified Ambulatory Surgical Coder, Certified Urology Coder, Certified Chiropractic Professional Coder, Certified Professional Compliance Officer, Certified Professional Medical Auditor, the President of Practice Masters, Inc., and the founding partner of Miscoe Health Law, LLC.  He is the President Elect of the AAPC National Advisory Board, is a member of the AAPC Legal Advisory Board and is the Chair of the AAPC Ethics Committee. He is admitted to the practice of law in California as well as to the bar of the United States Supreme Court and the US District Courts in the Southern District of California and the Western District of Pennsylvania.

Mr. Miscoe has over twenty years of experience in healthcare coding and over sixteen years as a compliance expert, forensic coding expert and consultant.  He has provided expert analysis and testimony on a wide range of coding and compliance issues in civil and criminal cases and his law practice concentrates exclusively on representation of healthcare providers in post-payment audits as well as with responding to investigations pertaining to HIPAA issues by the HHS Office of Civil Rights. He has an extensive national speaking background and has been published in numerous national publications on a variety of coding, compliance and health law topics. 


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