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HHS OIG promotes self disclosure protocol

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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HHS Inspector General Daniel Levinson announces a new initiative for healthcare providers to resolve conduct that may otherwise result in civil monetary penalties for physician self-referral and anti-kickback violations. In an April 24 "open letter," Levinson says the proposal is intended to provide guidance to supplement the self-disclosure protocol, which the IG says can lead to issuance of certification of compliance agreements to settle healthcare fraud as an alternative to more extensive corporate integrity agreements. The OIG's 1998 self-disclosure protocol is a mechanism for healthcare providers to investigate, quantify and resolve potential fraud. The new self-disclosure initiative offers providers the ability to work collaboratively with OIG, the letter states...
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