The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps families during challenging times. Benefit amounts are based on an applicant’s household size, income, assets and other factors.
The OIG Audit and Inspections Division conducted an audit of Aveanna, a durable medical equipment (DME) and supplies provider in Houston.
The OIG relies on provider record reviews as a tool to address fraud, waste and abuse (FWA) in Medicaid-supported dental services.
The Office of Inspector General understands some providers have been impacted by Hurricane Laura.
OIG investigators initiated three cases against providers in San Antonio and Jasper who were identified as part of the Exclusion Review Project.
The OIG continues to leverage state agency partnerships to further our mission.
The OIG completed an audit to assess the effectiveness of selected security controls over confidential Texas Health and Human Services (HHS) information stored and processed by El Paso Health.
Selling SNAP benefits for cash is illegal. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps people buy the food they need for good health.
Navigating the challenges of working through uncertain times includes assisting our stakeholders, collaborators and clients.