The OIG’s data-driven fraud detection efforts are getting a half-million dollar boost from the federal government.
OIG conducted an audit of State of Texas Access Reform PLUS (STAR+PLUS) nursing facility claims paid by Cigna-HealthSpring, a managed care organization (MCO).
The Office of Inspector General published its fourth quarterly report for fiscal year 2020. The report summarizes the excellent work performed by the OIG during the past four quarters.
OIG Third Party Recoveries (TPR) kicked off a project with the Texas Medicaid and Healthcare Partnership Third Party Liability (TPL) area to improve processes and increase training opportunities.
The OIG Audit and Inspections Division conducted an audit of the Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG).
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.
Tips from the public to the OIG Fraud Hotline play a vital role in safeguarding taxpayer dollars and ensuring the safety of Texans who receive $42 billion annually in Medicaid and other health and human services
The Office of Inspector General understands some providers have been impacted by Hurricane Laura.