(vi) audits conducted by the office, including performance and financial audits;
(vii) investigations conducted by the office and the results of those investigations, including preliminary investigations;
(viii) administrative and educational efforts made by the office and the division to improve compliance with Medicaid program policies and requirements;
(ix) total cost avoidance attributed to an office policy or action;
(x) the number of complaints against Medicaid recipients received and disposition of those complaints;
(xi) the number of educational activities that the office provided to a provider or a state agency;
(xii) the number of credible allegations of fraud referred to the Medicaid fraud control unit under Section 63A-13-501; and
(xiii) the number of data pulls performed and general results of those pulls;
(b) recommendations on action that should be taken by the Legislature or the governor to:
(i) improve the discovery and reduction of fraud, waste, and abuse in the state Medicaid program;
(ii) improve the recovery of fraudulently or improperly used Medicaid funds; and
(iii) reduce costs and avoid or minimize increased costs in the state Medicaid program;
(c) recommendations relating to rules, policies, or procedures of a state or local government entity; and
(d) services provided by the state Medicaid program that exceed industry standards.
(3) The report described in Subsection (1) may not include any information that would interfere with or jeopardize an ongoing criminal investigation or other investigation.
(4) On or before November 1 of each year, the inspector general of Medicaid services shall provide the electronic report described in Subsection (1) to the Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee of the Legislature and to the governor.