Sleep studies targeted by OIG and CMS for fraudulent billing
Polysomnography has been used more in recent years to diagnose sleep apnea and related conditions, with many physicians quick to recommend the test. But some measure of restraint might be called for now that the OIG and CMS are looking at sleep studies as a potential source of fraudulent billing.
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