The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) workplace of inspector general (OIG) is within the business of finding out “fraud, waste, and abuse” within the nation’s health care system, to echo the oft-repeated phrase it uses to explain its mission. And business is booming. The Office of Inspector General is anticipating $2.9 billion in investigatory recoveries and slightly over half a billion additional in audit recoveries for the 2018 financial year, per a report recently delivered to Congress.
HHS Looking Forward to Almost $3.5 Billion in Fiscal Recoveries for 2018
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