We have reported the increasing focus of the OIG on quality issues as a matter of fraud and abuse. (See Issues: #7, #55, #56).  In addition, with the advent of many more quality reporting programs and more to come, risks associated with quality reporting-based false claims are also increasing. (See also Issues #63, #64) demonstrating the major emphasis the OIG is now placing on this aspect of its amped up enforcement efforts, the OIG has created a separate web page for Corporate Integrity Agreements that entail quality of care issues. For those who have naysayed our warnings, the writing is on the wall. Everyone should be including these types of issues in their compliance programs, and in the current environment, no provider should be functioning without a meaningful, operational compliance program.