The OIG has issued an “early alert memo” on “Payments to Medicare Suppliers and Home Health Agencies Associated With ‘Currently Not Collectible’ Overpayments.” The OIG’s review of a small sample of Texas DMEPOS suppliers with outstanding Medicare debt (e.g., unreturned Medicare overpayments) found that a majority of suppliers were associated with other Medicare suppliers or home health agencies, and that complete ownership/management information was not always provided in public records. According to the OIG, the results suggest that individuals associated with Medicare debt could inappropriately receive Medicare payments by omitting owner/manager information on their enrollment applications and working through other DMEPOS suppliers and HHAs. Because this initial review examined a small number of suppliers using a limited set of issue questions, OIG intends to conduct follow-up work regarding the vulnerabilities raised in this memorandum.