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ProviderTrust specializes in helping healthcare organizations reach 100% compliance with the OIG exclusion list  and other federal and state exclusion lists. By automating OIG exclusion list checks, we protect healthcare companies from the high risk of employing an excluded provider and ensuring that all their employees are properly licensed

OIG Exclusion List Checks

Automate monthly exclusion checks including the federal OIG exclusion list and state Medicaid exclusion lists with no batch data to review.

Sanction Screening

Search all 50 state healthcare licensing boards for sanctions or disciplinary actions against your employees nationwide.

License Verification

Ensure all employees have up-to-date required healthcare licenses through our primary source license verification. 

 

As part of the 900-page Affordable Care Act, new rules increase penalties if techs, nurses or even doctors see patients while their license is flagged in another state.

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Recent OIG Penalties

03-13-2014

In connection with the resolution of False Claims Act liability, an ophthalmologist agreed to be excluded from participating in Federal health care programs for a period of twenty years under 42 U.S.C. � 1320a-7(b)(7). OIG alleged that the ophthalmologist presented or caused to be presented false or fraudulent claims for payment to Medicare and Medicaid for: (1) repeated Argon Laser Trabeculoplasties, a procedure used to treat open angle glaucoma, that were not reasonable and necessary; (2) repeated Lysis of Adhesion, a procedure used to correct a rare complication of cataract surgery, that were not reasonable and necessary; and (3) repeated Laser Peripheral Iridotomies, a procedure used to treat narrow angle glaucoma, that were not reasonable and necessary.

03-11-2014

After it self-disclosed conduct to OIG, Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH), Virginia, agreed to pay $52,332.41 for allegedly violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law. OIG alleged that CMH employed an individual that it knew or should have known was excluded from participation in Federal health care programs.

03-07-2014

After it self-disclosed conduct to OIG, Brentwood Healthcare, Ltd. (Brentwood), Texas, agreed to pay $243,266.31 for allegedly violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law. OIG alleged that Brentwood employed an individual that it knew or should have known was excluded from participation in Federal health care programs. After it self-disclosed conduct to OIG, Little Flower Haven (LFH), Iowa, agreed to pay $61,054.64 for allegedly violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law. OIG alleged that LFH employed an individual that it knew or should have known was excluded from participation in Federal health care programs.

03-04-2014

HealthCare Partners, LLC (HCP), California, agreed to pay $341,309.93 for allegedly violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law. OIG alleged that HCP employed two individuals that it knew or should have known were excluded from participation in Federal health care programs.

02-18-2014

After it self-disclosed conduct to OIG, KTLA Properties LP d/b/a Alamitos West Healthcare Center (Alamitos), California, agreed to pay $27,617.37 for allegedly violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law. OIG alleged that Alamitos employed an individual that it knew or should have known was excluded from participation in Federal health care programs.

10-12-2012

After it self-disclosed conduct to the OIG, Baptist Hospital, Inc. and Langhorne Cardiology Consultants, Inc. (Baptist and Langhorne), Florida, agreed to pay $172,604 for allegedly violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law. The OIG alleged that Baptist and Langhorne employed an individual that they knew or should have known was excluded from participation in Federal health care programs.

After it self-disclosed conduct to the OIG, Dr. Akram Abraham d/b/a Abraham Medical Clinic (Dr. Abraham), Massachusetts, agreed to pay $43,014.80 for allegedly violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law. The OIG alleged that Dr. Abraham employed an individual that he knew or should have known was excluded from participation in Federal health care programs.