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Small Practice Compliance Plan

This contains a downloadable compliance plan that meets the Office of Inspector General's recommendations for individual, small, and medium practices.

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General Standards of Conduct 

Administrator Responsibilities

Compliance Officer Responsibilities 

Employee Responsibilities

Medical Staff Responsibilities

Education and Training

Communication about Compliance Issues

Auditing and Monitoring

Investigation and Response

Medical Necessity for Lab and Diagnostic Procedures

Billing Responsibilities

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