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Auditing the Auditor: What Oversight of CMS Might do to Part D

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is famous for auditing the two big government health programs that it runs. But CMS faces audits also. The inspector general's office within HHS is one of the groups that keeps a close eye on CMS. And, like an internal family feud, criticism from within HHS can often be the most frank and painful. CMS is feeling the pain from a review of pharmacy acquisiton costs under Part D;' there is more coming.

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