OIG updates CIAs, and compliance officers should take notice

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U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Office of Inspector General (OIG) announced several changes to its standard Corporate Integrity Agreement (CIA) that will not only impact those entering CIAs but should cause all compliance officers to consider changes to their compliance programs.[1]

Announced September 29, 2022, at the American Health Law Association’s Fraud and Compliance Forum 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland, the changes include:

  • Compliance officer’s responsibilities

  • Compliance committee’s role and responsibilities

  • Risk assessment

  • Creation of a transition plan

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