What is the difference between a state and federal exclusion?

A federal exclusion is an action taken against an individual or entity by the OIG that excludes them from participating in Medicare and all other Federal health care programs. State exclusions are actions taken by individual states that prevent an individual or entity from receiving state Medicaid funds.

It’s important to note that not all state exclusions are reported to the OIG, so it’s beneficial to screen employees and vendors through all available federal and state exclusions lists. 

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