OIG INSPECTION, AUDIT, AND REVIEW RIGHTS Sample Clauses

OIG INSPECTION, AUDIT, AND REVIEW RIGHTS. In addition to any other rights OIG may have by statute, regulation, or contract, OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) may examine or request copies of CHSI’s books, records, and other documents and supporting materials and/or conduct on-site reviews of any of CHSI’s locations for the purpose of verifying and evaluating: (a) CHSI’s compliance with the terms of this CIA; and (b) CHSI’s compliance with the requirements of the Federal health care programs. The documentation described above shall be made available by CHSI to OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) at all reasonable times for inspection, audit, or reproduction. Furthermore, for purposes of this provision, OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) may interview any of CHSI’s employees, contractors, or agents who consent to be interviewed at the individual’s place of business during normal business hours or at such other place and time as may be mutually agreed upon between the individual and OIG. CHSI shall assist OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) in contacting and arranging interviews with such individuals upon OIG’s request. CHSI’s employees may elect to be interviewed with or without a representative of CHSI present. Community Health Systems, Inc. Corporate Integrity Agreement
OIG INSPECTION, AUDIT, AND REVIEW RIGHTS. In addition to any other rights OIG may have by statute, regulation, or contract, OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) may examine and/or request copies of Byram’s books, records, and other documents and supporting materials and/or conduct on-site reviews of any of Byram’s locations for the purpose of verifying and evaluating:‌
OIG INSPECTION, AUDIT, AND REVIEW RIGHTS. In addition to any other rights OIG may have by statute, regulation, or contract, OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) may conduct interviews, examine or request copies of Dr. Anderson’s books, records, and other documents and supporting materials and/or conduct on-site reviews of any of Dr. Anderson’s locations for the purpose of verifying and evaluating: (a) Dr. Anderson’s compliance with the terms of this IA and
OIG INSPECTION, AUDIT, AND REVIEW RIGHTS. In addition to any other rights OIG may have by statute, regulation, or contract, OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) may examine and/or request copies of Orbit’s books, records, and other documents and supporting materials and/or conduct on-site reviews of any of Orbit’s locations for the purpose of verifying and evaluating: (a) Orbit’s compliance with the terms of this CIA; and (b) Orbit’s compliance with the requirements of the Federal health care programs. The documentation described above shall be made available by Orbit to OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) at all reasonable times for inspection, audit, and/or reproduction. Furthermore, for purposes of representative of Orbit present.
OIG INSPECTION, AUDIT, AND REVIEW RIGHTS. In addition to any other rights OIG may have by statute, regulation, or contract, OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) may examine or request copies of Biomet’s and Biomet Orthopedicsbooks, records, and other documents and supporting materials and/or conduct on-site reviews of any of Biomet’s or Biomet Orthopedics’ locations for the purpose of verifying and evaluating: (a) Biomet’s and Biomet Orthopedics’ compliance with the terms of this CIA; and (b) Biomet’s and Biomet Orthopedics’ compliance with the requirements of the Federal health care programs in which they participate. The documentation described above shall be made available by Biomet or Biomet Orthopedics to OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) at all reasonable times for inspection, audit, or reproduction. Furthermore, for purposes of this provision, OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) may interview any of Biomet’s or Biomet Orthopedics’ employees, contractors, or agents who consent to be interviewed at the individual’s place of business during normal business hours or at such other place and time as may be mutually agreed upon between the individual and OIG. Biomet and Biomet Orthopedics shall assist OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) in contacting and arranging interviews with such individuals upon OIG’s request. Biomet’s or Biomet Orthopedics’ employees may elect to be interviewed with or without a representative of Biomet present.
OIG INSPECTION, AUDIT, AND REVIEW RIGHTS. In addition to any other rights OIG may have by statute, regulation, contract or pursuant to this CIA, OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) or agents may examine
OIG INSPECTION, AUDIT, AND REVIEW RIGHTS. In addition to any other rights OIG may have by statute, regulation, or contract, OIG or its duly authorized representative(s) may conduct interviews, examine or request

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