Corporate Compliance

New York's work plan serves as an audit cheat sheet

Strategies for Health Care Compliance, September 1, 2008

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The detailed work plan released April 22 by New York’s Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) offers valuable guidelines for New York providers, but it also gives clues to what could be in store in other regions of the country, says Ed Kornreich, a partner at New York City–based Proskauer Rose, LLP.

“In most other states, there is already an awareness of some of the issues featured in this work plan, such as quality, because of national initiatives,” Kornreich says. “I do think this kind of approach, using Medicaid Inspector Generals and work plans, will be replicated in other states and will eventually become the standard.”

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