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OIG Files: The Mixing Bowl of Medication

In 2012, the National Council on Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP) made a change to the manner in which a compounded medication should be submitted to a Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM) for reimbursement.  Previously, the requirement was to only list the most expensive ingredient, with reimbursement being made based on that line item.  With the change,…

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Yes, Virginia, OIG Special Agents Carry Firearms

In previous articles, we have discussed some of the general law enforcement related activities that OIG Special Agents conduct; search warrants, arrests, HHS Secretarial Protection assignments and drug diversion investigations.  Even with all of that being said, people still wonder about instances when an OIG Agent might have had to otherwise exercise law enforcement authority. …

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