CMS, HHS/OCR and OIG Support

Regulating agencies randomly audit healthcare providers to evaluate compliance:

CMS issues compliance letters, such as notices of non-compliance, warning letters, and Corrective Action Plan requests. CMS also conduct compliance analyses, including the annual Past Performance Review. Read More >>

Health and Human Service’s(HHS) Office for Civil Rights(OCR) is responsible for enforcing the Privacy and Security Rules.By enforcing the Privacy and Security Rules, OCR helps to protect the privacy of your health information held by health insurers and certain health care providers and health insurers.
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Under the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, OIG is authorized to carry out various reviews to “promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in the administration of, and … prevent and detect fraud and abuse in … [the Department’s] programs and operations.” Read More >>

We at EHR 2.0 stand by our services; in the event of audits from authorities we will consult with them to help clarify any documentation.