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Livanta to Conduct Audit of Memorandum of Agreement Compliance

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Livanta – the Medicare beneficiary and family-centered care quality improvement organization (BFCC-QIO) for California – will be conducting a compliance audit on whether hospitals have completed their required Memorandum of Agreement (MOA).

Hospitals, critical access hospitals, skilled-nursing facilities, and home health agencies are required to have an MOA with Livanta as a condition of participation in Medicare. Notably, MOAs that were signed before June 8, 2019, are now obsolete, and a new document is required.

CHA encourages hospitals to complete their MOA as soon as possible. Livanta will audit for completion of the MOA in early October. For more information or to complete the MOA, visit A frequently asked questions document is available on Livanta’s website.