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CodeMap® Radiology Briefing: 10/23/2009


Editor's Welcome:

Recently, the Office of Inspector General of HHS (OIG) has reported an ever-increasing number of enforcement actions, settlements, and penalties arising from the commission of prohibited conduct by health care providers. Many of these enforcement actions are resulting from conduct that we often identify and discuss in our briefings, teleconferences, and publications. Today, we will review the OIG's use of civil monetary penalties, one of the agencies primary enforcement tools, as well as examine the types of activities that have become the targets of the OIG's investigations and subsequent enforcement actions. As always, please email any questions, comments, or suggestions for future CodeMap Radiology Briefings.

Sincerely, 

Gregory Root, Esq.


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