The purpose of the Office of the Inspector General is to provide department oversight, audit, and provider enrollment certification services for the Department of Community Health so it can reduce fraud, waste, and abuse; increase assurances concerning the safety and security of the program members; and have confidence in the value to the taxpayer.
Beginning January 2011, the Office of the Inspector General embarked on a strategic planning process to identify the OIG's strengths, opportunities and challenges. The Office of Inspector General Leadership Team members developed organizational goals, performance measures, and goal initiatives. By 2012, provider enrollment decisions will be made within 5 business days from the receipt of a completed application; By 2012, 80% of Program Integrity cases will be completed within 90 days; By 2012 there should be an increase on return on investment of the Office of the Inspector General 300.00% and by 2012 a balance scorecard evaluation system will be implemented division wide in order to evaluate OIG staff.
- David Ostrander, Inspector General
- Medicaid Program Integrity
- Special Investigations Unit
- Office of Audits
- Third-Party Liability Unit
- Background Investigations Unit
- Data Integrity and Analysis Unit
- OIG Legal/State Health Benefit Plan Unit
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