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Aetna may have received $25.5M in MA overpayments for 2015 and 2016, audit finds

Healthcare Dive

Medical records provided by the insurer didn’t support certain diagnosis codes, resulting in overpayments, according to an audit from the HHS’ Office of the Inspector General.

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OIG audit: Aetna may have raked in $25.5M in MA overpayments in 2015, 2016

Fierce Healthcare

million in overpayments from Medicare Advantage in 2015 and 2016. | million in overpayments from Medicare Advantage in 2015 and 2016. A new federal audit estimates that Aetna may have received at least $25.5 A new federal audit estimates that Aetna may have received at least $25.5

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Global digital health funding hits lowest level since 2016, report finds

Healthcare Dive

Digital health funding is flagging this year, with investments in the sector reaching only 40% of last year’s totals, according to CB Insights.

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Task force reaffirms 2016 ruling on screening for genital herpes

Fierce Healthcare

Task force reaffirms 2016 ruling on screening for genital herpes fdiamond Fri, 02/10/2023 - 13:59

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Study: White Americans got disproportionate amount of healthcare dollars in 2016

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Study: White Americans got disproportionate amount of healthcare dollars in 2016. Mon, 08/16/2021 - 16:12.

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LifeBridge Health Agrees to $9.5 Million Settlement to Resolve 2016 Data Breach Claims

HIPAA Journal

The breach investigation determined the initial intrusion occurred 18 months previously in September 2016. Million Settlement to Resolve 2016 Data Breach Claims appeared first on HIPAA Journal. A final approval hearing has been scheduled for October 26, 2022. Claims must be submitted by February 1, 2023.

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OCR Announces Settlement for Banner Health’s 2016 Data Breach

Health Care Performance

The OCR notes serious concerns with Banner Health’s pervasive noncompliance with the HIPAA Security Rule Banner Health OCR’s investigation of Banner’s data breach in 2016 found evidence of long-term, pervasive noncompliance with the HIPAA Security Rule across Banner Health’s organization, a serious concern given the size of this covered entity.

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