News Briefs: CMS in 2022 Issued $200,000 in Fines for One-Third Financial Audit Findings

Only three Medicare Advantage insurers received a civil monetary penalty (CMP) as a result of a program audit last year, according to the 2022 Part C and Part D Program Audit and Enforcement Report published on July 18. CMPs based on 2022 program audit referrals totaled $63,220, and another $200,000 in fines stemmed from one-third financial audit findings. By contrast, the previous audit cycle resulted in approximately $1 million in CMPs issued based on 2021 referrals, and nearly half of that amount related to one-third financial audits. The latest audit cycle included 291 contracts under 25 separate parent organizations covering approximately 33.6 million, or 62%, of beneficiaries enrolled in the Parts C and D programs. CMS in the report said the amount of the CMP “does not automatically reflect the overall performance of a sponsor” and that the summary of findings is “not intended to reflect overall industry performance and should not be interpreted to mean that there are pervasive issues throughout the industry related to the noncompliance we identified.”

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AIS Health Staff

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