OMIG published Compliance Guidance 2014-01 that outlines compliance element #6’s requirement for a system for routine identification of compliance risk areas.
This Compliance Guidance can can be accessed through OMIG’s Compliance guidance website here.
If you have any questions about this or other compliance-related matters, please contact OMIG’s Bureau of Compliance at email@example.com
In recognition of 2014 Compliance Week, the Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) has posted three new documents on its Web site in the Compliance Library:
Click this link for these documents.
- posting new Compliance Alerts or Guidance each day Monday through Friday accessible via our Web site.
- hosting a live tweet session with OMIG's compliance team answering questions about compliance on Wednesday from 1 to 2 P.M. You can contribute to the talk by following us at @NYSOMIG or #complianceNY.
- Tweeting compliance information throughout the week at our Twitter Feed @NYSOMIG and through Facebook and LinkedIn.
Solicitation of Comments: Compliance Program Assessment Form
As part of its ongoing process to improve the compliance program assessment process, the Office of the Medicaid Inspector General’s (OMIG) Bureau of Compliance is considering a review of its current Compliance Program Assessment Form. The form can be accessed in the Forms section of the Compliance Library.
The survey will be available only during the period May 5–9, 2014 as part of OMIG’s Compliance Week initiatives.
If you have any questions, please contact OMIG’s Bureau of Compliance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We thank you for your assistance and feedback!!
Registration information will be posted on the OMIG Web site (www.omig.ny.gov) and will also be sent out via a new listserv message (which you can sign up for here), as well as via Twitter (@NYSOMIG) and OMIG's Facebook page, approximately one week prior to the session. Please forward to interested individuals.
You can help stop Medicaid fraud: Call OMIG’s Fraud Hotline at 1-877-87 FRAUD (1-877-873-7283), or click here to file a complaint electronically.
The OMIG may sanction some providers by excluding them from participating in the Medicaid program. These providers are excluded from offering services to Medicaid enrollees and also cannot be paid with Medicaid dollars. Prior to adding new staff members, employers should check to see if prospective employees have been excluded from Medicaid. To make it easier to perform such a check, OMIG set up a dedicated service to check the status of any exclusion.
Anytime a health care organization discovers that it was paid more than it was due, this should be reported to OMIG. Our Self-Disclosure section provides information for health care organizations to complete the recently revamped self-disclosure process.
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