General factors. In determining whether to exclude a person and the length of exclusion, the initiating agency considers the following:
(1) The nature of the claims and the circumstances under which they were presented.
(2) The degree of culpability, the history of prior offenses, and the financial condition of the person presenting the claims.
(3) The total number of acts in which the violation occurred.
(4) The dollar amount at issue (Medicare Trust Fund dollars or beneficiary out-of-pocket expenses).
(5) The prior history of the person insofar as its willingness or refusal to comply with requests to correct said violations.
(6) Any other facts bearing on the nature and seriousness of the person's misconduct.
(7) Any other matters that justice may require.