The OIG has released the March 2011 Compendium of Unimplemented Recommendations,” which summarizes significant OIG recommendations that, if implemented, would result in cost savings and/or improvements in program efficiency and effectiveness. While the OIG recommendations address a wide range of provider and supplier types, high-priority recommendations address, among other things: hospital bad debt policy, hospice services provided to nursing facility residents; Medicare supplier enrollment standards and reimbursement policy; Medicare Advantage payment and marketing policies; Part D bid accuracy and fraud and abuse safeguards; Medicaid prescription drug reimbursement and rebate policies; and clinical investigator disclosure of financial interests.