Presumed Guilty: HHS Exclusion Guidance Shifts Burden Of Proof To Corporate Officers
More company officials may be excluded from government health care programs as the Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General is going to presume individuals should be excluded if there is evidence they knew or should have known of misconduct.
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