From the Albany County Bar Newsletter, February edition, available here.
The New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) has released Compliance Guidance for use by Transportation providers. The routine identification of compliance risk areas, relating to the particular type of services being offered by Medicaid providers, is required for certain providers in accordance with the New York State Social Services Law Section […]
The New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) has released its final audit protocols for Dental providers in the Medicaid program. These protocols became effective October 1, 2014 and are the OMIG’s audit tool that they will use when conducting their audits of dental providers. The protocols contain 18 areas of potential […]
As 2014 comes to a close, the United States Department of Justice (“DOJ”) has many reasons to celebrate as it reflects on the year that was. In FY2014, the DOJ recovered $5.69 billion in settlements and judgments resulting from civil fraud and false claims cases, with $2.3 billion in health care fraud recoveries alone. This […]
The New York State Department of Health has posted draft regulations on the medical use of marijuana in New York. We’ll have more on these regulations in coming days. In the meantime, the interested should visit the DOH Medical Marijuana Website for the draft regulations, which run to 120 pages.
Take a look at our colleague, Michael Kogut’s take on FIDA in the American Health Lawyers Association’s LTC-SIR Advisor! AHLA LTC-SIR Advisor (11-14)
The Albany County Bar Association Newsletter includes an article written by our colleague, David Nardolillo, on a recent HIPAA-related decision from the Connecticut Supreme Court.
It’s that time of year again when Medicaid providers who are required to have an effective Medicaid Compliance Plan have to so certify to the OMIG. The on-line certification can only be done during the month of December. 2014 Compliance Program Certification information and forms for the December 2014 certification period are now posted on […]
Earlier this week, we blogged about postings found on job-search sites Monster.com and indeed.com advertising that New York State is now accepting applications for the Medicaid Inspector General, the head of the state agency charged with combating fraud, waste, and abuse in the State’s Medicaid program.
It appears that Governor Cuomo’s office is looking to replace New York State Medicaid Inspector General James C. Cox. An internet posting seeking applications for the position of the Medicaid Inspector General (MIG) was seen on Monster.com and also indeed.com.