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OIG Makes $30.1 million Recommendation to CMS

Posted on April28, 2016
The Office of Inspector General has restated its recommendation to The Centers of Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that they should match Medicaid reimbursement rates for HME to Medicare rates. Lowered reimbursement rates could result in approximately $30.1 million in potential savings for states and the federal government, according to the OIG. CMS concurred with the OIG’s recommendation. The agency says it has sought legislative authority to make the changes but additional congressional action is needed. Read More: HME News
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Invest in your Investigations of Fraud, Waste & Abuse

Posted on March21, 2013
WingSwept is now scheduling onsite Case Management demonstrations to manage and track fraud, waste and abuse in the Inspectors General community. Please visit the registration page on the secure website at http://oigcasemanagement.com/demo_registration.php. WingSwept is now reserving blocks of time for in-person demonstrations of the Case Management & Tracking System taking place on April 10, 2013 in Washington, DC. Please fill out the form below to find out more information or to schedule a demonstration. April 10, 2013 L'Enfant Plaza Hotel 480…
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WingSwept Now Scheduling: Onsite Fraud Case Management & Tracking Demonstrations in Washington D.C. for Office of Inspector General

Posted on March15, 2013
Please see the registration form here. WingSwept is now reserving blocks of time for in-person demonstrations of the Case Management & Tracking System taking place on April 10, 2013 in Washington, DC. Please fill out the form below to find out more information or to schedule a demonstration. April 10, 2013 L'Enfant Plaza Hotel 480 L'Enfant Plaza, SW Washington, DC 20024 *Located Directly Above L'Enfant Plaza Metro Station* It is important to go ahead and express interest due to limited…
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New case management technology for investigating & reporting fraud, waste and abuse

Posted on October22, 2012
Recent innovation in technology has brought tremendous success in local, state and federal government investigative agencies in recovering millions of dollars from reported fraud, waste and abuse. Whether the organization is an Office of the Inspector General or a dedicated group of investigative departments such as an Office of Attorney General or a Health and Human Services division, most often dealing with Medicaid or Welfare, superior web-based case management technology has brought greater efficiency in capturing much needed funds that…
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Case Management Software of 2011

Posted on February03, 2011
Case Management & Tracking System (CMTS) was designed with a small-medium sized OIG’s budget and work flow in mind. At the very least, it does just as the product name implies by managing records and tracking cases. Investigative organizations are able to achieve optimal performance by leveraging the web-based product. It performs with minimal hardware, top of the line security and data integrity. Based on the feedback and requests from the users of CMTS v2010, CMTS developers have integrated new…
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Case Tracking Software Catered to Inspector Generals

Posted on January11, 2011
Case Management & Tracking System, CMTS, is an intuitive case management product specifically designed for Office of the Inspector General organizations.  It provides affordable investigative efficiency to OIGs at all levels. CMTS costs as little as $15,000 and is currently in place in multiple offices of inspector general.  It is the preferred alternative to outdated techniques of manual case management and more expensive competitor offerings.  An ideal customer is a small to medium sized agency that is in need of…
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