Operation Restore Trust


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Op·er·a·tion Re·store Trust

(ORT) (op-ĕr-ā'shŭn rĕ-stōr' trŭst)
A U.S. federal pilot program designed to combat fraud, waste, and abuse in the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
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OPERATION RESTORE TRUST HAS EXPANDED NATIONALLY, AND THAT MEANS NURSING HOMES HAVE NEW LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Surveyors trained to help enforce CLIA '88 will soon be given responsibility to support a two-year-old fraud and abuse detection program known as "Operation Restore Trust" (ORT).
Known as Operation Restore Trust, the investigation achieved its first major breakthrough only a few weeks after President Clinton announced his proposal to limit Medicaid spending.
Called "Operation Restore Trust," the two-year pilot program is available to long-term care and related providers in California, Florida, Illinois, New York, and Texas.