Compliance challenges posed by no-cost and warranty credit devices

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Compliance officers face daily challenges in understanding new regulations and guidelines, and monitoring and mitigating the risks associated with established rules and policies. One such challenge involves the requirements to report the no-cost and warranty credit for medical devices. This topic has been a focus of the Office of Inspector General (OIG) and appears to be receiving attention from nongovernmental payers as well.

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