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The Office of Inspector General (OIG)
The Office of Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services collects performance data for the SMP projects. The SMP activity data (kn...
He allegedly threw pizza parties at nursing homes and homeless shelters to show products.
She claimed to have provided routine nail care in nursing homes.
SMP became involved with the case a few years ago.
Patients likely to be minority, disabled, and dually enrolled.
It resolves allegations tied to genetic testing panels.
People are tricked into giving away personal info, participating in unneeded services.
TV crew is present when scammer calls.
SMPs work at the grassroots level with the people directly affected by Medicare fraud, errors, and abuse. They increase public awareness about both the economic and health-related consequences, teach...
Fraud scheme involves orthotic braces and other medical equipment.
Scheme involved kickbacks, bribes by DME companies.
SHIP Watch article shows successful partnerships.
He submitted lab tests without patient or doctor consent.
Watch this video from the FTC to learn how.
“Seat warmers” answered phones in nearly empty offices.
Medicare details things you can do.
Hospitals wrongly admitted patients and billed for expensive diagnoses.
They unbundled to defraud health care insurers.
August 2018 story described nonemergency transports.
Resources are available for March 3-9 events.
Part of the conspiracy involved falsification of patient encounter notes.
It resolves allegations of submitting false claims for genetic test.
Beneficiaries may have seen changes to Parts A, B, and D
An article in SHIP Watch explains the new moratorium
Here are tips for supervising volunteers from a distance