OIG’s Updated Provider Self-Disclosure Protocol: Feedback from the Front Lines

April 2014
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OIG’s Updated Provider Self-Disclosure Protocol: Feedback from the Front Lines

At a glance

In the period since the Office of Inspector General of Health and Human Services issued its updated Provider Self Disclosure Protocol (SDP), organizations have reported that it provides important new guidance in some areas, while being silent in others. The purpose of this white paper is to share some of the practical insights that we have gained from working through SDP implementation challenges with disclosing parties, as they endeavor to follow the specified process for voluntarily identifying, disclosing, and resolving liability for “instances of potential fraud involving the Federal health care programs.”