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Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol Settlements

The CMS Voluntary Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol (SRDP) enables providers of services and suppliers to self-disclose actual or potential violations of the physician self-referral statute. The following table displays settlements to date and will be updated on a yearly basis. 

Calendar Year Number of Disclosures Settled Range of Amounts of Settlements Aggregate Amount of Settlements
2011 3 $60 - $579,000 $709,060
2012 14 $1,600 - $584,700 $1,236,200
2013 24 $760 - $317,620 $2,468,348
2014 41 $3,322 - $463,473 $5,175,168
2015 49 $5,081 - $815,405 $6,706,458
2016 102 $80-$1,195,763 $6,913,988
2017 47 $83-$575,680 $3,876,588
Totals 280 $60 - $1,195,763 $27,085,810

Notes:

As of December 31, 2017, an additional 119 disclosures to the SRDP were withdrawn, closed without settlement or settled by CMS’ law enforcement partners. 

Because disclosures of actual or potential violations of the physician self-referral law include proprietary, confidential, or otherwise nondisclosable information, we present settlement information on an aggregate basis.

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