The OIG has released the 2016 edition of its “Compendium of Unimplemented Recommendations,” which identifies what the OIG considers to be its top 25 unimplemented recommendations in terms of HHS program savings and/or quality improvements. About one-third of the priority recommendations involve Medicare Parts A and B policies, including recommendations to adjust payment policies for hospice care, critical access hospital services, and therapy services furnished in skilled nursing facilities. Top Medicaid unimplemented recommendations address calculation of Medicaid upper payment limits and state reimbursement rates for durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies. The compendium also addresses Affordable Care Act Marketplace issues, including open recommendations involving improved enrollee and payment data, verification of applicant eligibility, and acquisition planning and oversight. Furthermore, the OIG calls on the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) and CMS to collaborate to develop a comprehensive plan to address fraud vulnerabilities in electronic health records. The Compendium also includes an appendix with a comprehensive list of OIG’s significant open recommendations.