By John H. Fisher II
April 12, 2017
As the Office of the Inspector General and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services make self-disclosure easier for providers, we have noticed an increase in the rate of cases that are being filed. Assisting providers in making decisions whether to self-disclose, conducting internal investigations, and guiding the self-disclosure process when appropriate has become a large part of our compliance practice. Here are just a few of the articles and other resources we have released regarding self-disclosure issues:
For more information on the self-disclosure process and legal updates impacting this process, please check this blog for new posts.
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