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If a provider has reported a self-identified overpayment using the self-referral disclosure protocol managed by CMS or the self-disclosure protocol managed by the HHS Office of Inspector General (OIG), the provider is considered to be in compliance with the rule.
CMS noted it receives numerous disclosures of actual or potential violations relating to writing requirements of compensation exceptions through the self-referral disclosure protocol, which allows providers and suppliers to disclose actual or potential violations of the physician self-referral law to CMS and authorizes the Health & Human Services Department to reduce the amount potentially owed for disclosed violations.
"The development and implementation of the self-referral disclosure protocol is one area of particular importance to us and one we strongly support," she says.
(9) See CMS Voluntary Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol, CMS.GOV (revised May 6 2011) [hereinafter SRDP],