The Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General Aug. 28 released a strategic plan to align its audits, evaluations, investigations and enforcement of managed care plans in Medicare Advantage and Medicaid. HHS OIG said it will evaluate each part of the Medicare Advantage and Medicaid managed care contracts, tracking them from creation to payments to renewals with a goal of promoting access to care for people enrolled in managed care, providing comprehensive financial oversight, and promoting data accuracy and encourage data-driven decisions. 
 

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