In his chapter for the 2010 HEALTH LAW HANDBOOK, Dan Shay explores the rapidly intensifying issues associated with significantly increased quality reporting. We now have evidence that where the stakes for reporting go up, bad behavior will arise “Physician and Hospital Quality Reporting Fraud: Risks and Compliance Techniques” looks at the diverse range of quality reports required of hospitals, health systems, and physicians. The fact of express and implied statements about quality can create false claims and other types of fraud. He suggests techniques in association with a formal compliance program by which risks might be avoided.