The OIG recently followed up on a 2010 report which found that CMS did not report all adverse actions against providers to the Healthcare Integrity and Protection Data Bank (HIPDB) as required. The OIG found that as of April 1, 2012, CMS improved its reporting of adverse actions for durable medical equipment (DME) suppliers, but not for other types of providers. For instance, the HIPDB contains no reports of nursing home terminations since June 2010, and it still did not contain adverse actions that CMS imposed against laboratories, managed care plans, prescription drug plans, and monetary penalties against nursing homes. The OIG therefore restated its 2010 recommendation that CMS report all required adverse actions to the HIPDB within required timeframes.