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First Monthly OIG Work Plan Update Shows Increasing Use of Data-Mining to Find Audit Targets

Following on the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) June announcement that it would begin updating its public-facing Work Plan on a monthly basis, OIG released its first update to add 14 new topics to the Work Plan on July 17. As the health care industry knows, OIG Work Plan … Continue Reading

Omnicare Decision Demonstrates that Relators Cannot Rely on Ambiguous Evidence of Intent to Survive Summary Judgment, and Should Exercise Caution

On September 3, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas granted summary judgment in favor of Omnicare in United States ex rel. Ruscher v. Omnicare, Inc., and in doing so, made clear that in order to get to a jury, relators must come forth with evidence of intent that is more than … Continue Reading
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