Santa Monica, California based Oceanside MedicalGroup did not comply with Medicare necessities when charging for psychotherapy services, in keeping with a report from Health and Human Service’s OIG. The Office of Inspector General said none of the hundred sampled beneficiary days, comprising of 103 psychotherapy services, complied with Medicare any needs. Furthermore, within the majority of cases, psychotherapy either wasn’t provided or time for psychotherapy wasn’t documented, per the Office of Inspector General.
The OIG calls out a CA Medical Group for Inaccurate Charges
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