The Trump years were noticeably light on Medicare Parts C and D program enforcement — and 2020 in general was a departure from normal operations — but as CMS resumes program audits and other oversight activities this year, Medicare compliance experts are advising plans to review key business functions. At the same time, industry observers say plans can expect increased enforcement and more aggressive use of civil monetary penalties (CMPs) in Parts C and D under the new Biden administration.
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