OIG work plan a useful guide for quality

December 2012
Case Management Advisor;Dec2012, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p142
In this article, Mike McGinnis, director and senior consultant with Warbird Consulting Partners, California, states that the 2013 Office of Inspector General (OIG) Work Plan serves as a useful guide for quality improvements and advises the hospitals to be compliant with it. Donna Hefner, executive director of risk at Sierra View District Hospital, California, implies it as a vital communication tool.


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