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Fiscal Year 2013 Work Plan Highlights OIG’s Medicare Parts C and D Priorities

Written by Theresa C. Carnegie, Tara E. Swenson, and Roy M. Albert

Last week, the OIG published its FY 2013 Work Plan. The Work Plan summarizes new and ongoing reviews and activities that the OIG plans to pursue with respect to HHS programs and operations during FY 2013 and beyond, and includes several initiatives related to Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D that will be of interest to Medicare Advantage Organizations (MAOs), Part D plan sponsors, pharmaceutical manufacturers, PBMs, and pharmacies. Many of the areas identified will result in the OIG reviewing the conduct of and oversight by MAOs, plan sponsors, and CMS.

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M. Daria Niewenhous is a Mintz Member with a well-established health care practice. National and local providers rely on Daria’s experience to navigate capital projects, mergers & acquisitions, integration, and other strategic initiatives; adverse events; and licensing, contracting, patient care/risk management, and other complex legal matters.
Theresa C. Carnegie is a Mintz attorney who advises health care clients on a wide array of transactional, regulatory, compliance, fraud and abuse matters, and health law issues. She counsels health plans, pharmacy benefit managers, pharmacies, device manufacturers, and distributors.