Office of Inspector General (OIG) - JE Part A
Office of Inspector General (OIG)
Since its 1976 establishment, the Office of Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) has been at the forefront of the Nation's efforts to fight waste, fraud, and abuse in Medicare, Medicaid and more than 300 other HHS programs.
OIG develops and distributes resources to assist the health care industry in its efforts to comply with the Nation's fraud and abuse laws and to educate the public about fraudulent schemes so they can protect themselves and report suspicious activities.
- Cardiac Medical Devices and Manufacturer Credit Billing Instruction
- Dental Services
- Drugs, Biologicals and Injections
- OIG Report: Hospitals Overbilled Medicare $1 Billion by Incorrectly Assigning Severe Malnutrition Diagnosis Codes to Inpatient Hospital Claims
- OIG Report: Many IRF Stays Did Not Meet Medicare Coverage and Documentation Requirements
- OIG Report: Medicare Paid Twice for Ambulance Services Subject to Skilled Nursing Facility Consolidated Billing Requirements