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Accuracy of Provider Directories

By Claire Thayer, July 17, 2015

Beginning in 2016, health plans will face stiff penalties for failing update and monitor their provider directories. Kaiser Health News reports that inaccuracies in provider directories may trigger penalties of up to $25,000 per day per beneficiary for inaccuracies in Medicare Advantage directories while providers involved with plans on the federal exchanges could face penalties of up to $100 per day per affected beneficiary for problems in their directories.

MCOL’s infoGraphoid for this week takes a deeper look into the state of provider directories across the country:

MCOL’s weekly infoGraphoid is a benefit for MCOL Basic members and released each Wednesday as part of the MCOL Daily Factoid e-newsletter distribution service – find out more here.

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