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Inspector General Reports

Report Datesort ascending Agency Reviewed / Investigated Title Type Location
03/15/2022 Department of Health & Human Services Telehealth Was Critical for Providing Services to Medicare Beneficiaries During the First Year of the COVID-19 Pandemic Inspection / Evaluation Agency-Wide
01/26/2022 Department of Health & Human Services The Assistant Secretary for Administration Awarded and Managed Five Sole Source Contracts for COVID-19 Testing in Accordance With Federal and Contract Requirements Audit Agency-Wide
12/27/2021 Department of Health & Human Services Medicare and Beneficiaries Pay More for Preadmission Services at Affiliated Hospitals than at Wholly-owned Settings Inspection / Evaluation
12/22/2021 Department of Health & Human Services Arkansas Did Not Fully Comply With Federal and State Requirements for Reporting and Monitoring Critical Incidents Involving Medicaid Beneficiaries with Developmental Disabilities Audit US
12/17/2021 Department of Health & Human Services COVID-19 Tests Drove an Increase in Total Medicare Part B Spending on Lab Tests in 2020, While Use of Non-COVID-19 Tests Decreased Significantly Inspection / Evaluation Agency-Wide
12/16/2021 Department of Health & Human Services Medicare Hospital Provider Compliance Audit: St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center Audit
12/16/2021 Department of Health & Human Services Trends in Genetic Tests Provided Under Medicare Part B Indicate Areas of Possible Concern Audit
12/16/2021 Department of Health & Human Services The Food and Drug Administration Needs to Improve Its Contract Closeout Processes To Identify Contracts Eligible for Closeout and Close Contracts Timely Audit
12/15/2021 Department of Health & Human Services Many Medicare Beneficiaries Are Not Receiving Medication to Treat Their Opioid Use Disorder Inspection / Evaluation
12/07/2021 Department of Health & Human Services Medicare Could Have Saved Approximately $993 Million in 2017 and 2018 if It Had Implemented an Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Transfer Payment Policy for Early Discharges to Home Health Agencies Audit

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