UPDATE: OMIG Releases Revised Compliance Guidance to OASAS Providers

The Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (“OMIG”) has issued Revised Compliance Guidance for use by providers regulated by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (“OASAS”). 

The revision clarifies that the Compliance Guidance examples are taken from OMIG Audit Protocols for OASAS Chemical Dependence Programs and Services for dates of service prior to the date that the Ambulatory Patient Group (“APG”) regulations (14 NYCRR Part 822) went into effect.  Once OMIG audit protocols are developed for the APG reimbursement system, OMIG may update this compliance alert.

Check out our original post for more information about this Compliance Guidance.

The Revised OMIG Compliance Guidance for OASAS providers is available here.

Kathleen Evers wrote this post.  For more information, please contact David R. Ross, who served as Acting New York State Medicaid Inspector General under governors Pataki and Spitzer, as well as General Counsel, Deputy Medicaid Inspector General, and Director of Audits and Investigations for the Office of the Medicaid Inspector General.  Prior to his service at the OMIG, David held several positions at the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, including Acting General Counsel, Deputy Counsel, and Associate Counsel.  He can be reached at (518) 462-5601 or via e-mail at dross@oalaw.com.


David Ross

About David Ross

David is Partner and concentrates his practice on Medicaid, Medicare and private insurance audits & investigations, Health Law including fraud and abuse, governmental investigations of all kinds, Medicaid compliance plans and Article 78 cases. He is head of our Government Investigations practice and also works in Healthcare Fraud & Abuse.