HHS OIG Targets Medicare DME Costs In 2013 Work Plan
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The Office of Inspector General’s fiscal 2013 work plan outlines new projects to monitor costly overpayments for Medicare durable medical equipment and realize additional cost savings in the Medicaid program.
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