IL license lawyerThe world of healthcare is constantly changing. For some pharmacies, keeping up with these changes can be difficult, particularly for independent or small pharmacies. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is the governing body that oversees the practices of different medical professionals who provide services covered by Medicare and Medicaid. One of the goals of CMS is to try to cut down on healthcare fraud and they do this by conducting audits to ensure providers operate within the legal standards. CMS audits can sometimes produce less-than-favorable results that could seriously affect the operation of your pharmacy and its financial wellbeing. Here are a few things you and your employees can do to minimize any errors or inadvertent fraudulent practices:

An Illinois Medicare Pharmacy Audit Defense Lawyer Can Help

Before you are subject to a field audit, CMS will notify you of the date, giving you time to prepare and ensure things are in good working order. A CMS audit can be extremely important -- consequences of a negative audit can range from a simple warning or monetary fine to forfeited CMS reimbursements. At the Law Offices of Joseph J. Bogdan, LLC, we can help you prepare for an upcoming CMS audit or we can help you challenge the results of an already completed audit. Get in touch with our knowledgeable Illinois Medicare pharmacy audit defense attorneys today to begin talking about your case. Call our office at 630-310-1267 to schedule a free consultation.

 

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https://www.cms.gov/Medicare-Medicaid-Coordination/Fraud-Prevention/Medicaid-Integrity-Education/Downloads/pharmacy-selfaudit-booklet4-billing-practice.pdf