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March 2020 Audit

Final audit reports are posted to the OIG website when issued. These reports are subject to appeal upon timely, written, proper requests for appeal, as provided for in rule. These final audit reports are public records and remain posted on the website during and after an appeal.

This audit tested whether Collin County MHMR Center coordinated services to enrollees, monitored and evaluated service delivery, and reported general revenue expenses according to contract requirements. Issued February 28, 2020. Revised March 6, 2020.

This audit determined whether Amerigroup properly assessed members to participate in the Home and Community Based Services (HBCS) Waiver in the Medicaid Rural Service Area (MRSA) West. Issued February 28, 2020.

The audit was to determine whether controls over contract funds were in place and data was reported to DFPS in accordance with contract terms. No issues were noted. Issued February 26, 2020.

The audit evaluated City Drug Company to determine whether it properly billed VDP and complied with contractual and state requirements, and evaluated IT general controls to determine whether data used for audit testing was reliable. Issued February 20, 2020.

The audit objective was to evaluate the DentaQuest’s effectiveness in complying with selected contract requirements, achieving related contract outcomes, and reporting financial and performance results to HHSC. Issued January 9, 2020.

The audit assessed the design and effectiveness of selected security controls over confidential HHS System information stored and processed by Children’s Medical Center Health Plan. Issued December 20, 2019.

This audit report summarizes non-emergency medical transportation services in Texas Medicaid managed transportation organizations, based on the results of four audits performed by the OIG Audit Division. Issued December 3, 2019.

The audit determined whether Medicaid and CHIP Services, through monitoring selected contract deliverables, effectively managed the STAR Kids and STAR Health programs for the Medically Dependent Children Program (MDCP). Issued August 30, 2019.

The audit determined whether services were authorized and provided to STAR Kids members in MDCP who received private duty nursing, and service coordination activities, assessments, and service plans supported the services for MDCP members who received private duty nursing.

The audit determined whether services were authorized and provided to STAR Kids members in MDCP who received private duty nursing, and service coordination activities, assessments, and service plans supported the services for MDCP members who received private duty nursing.

The audit objective was to evaluate the MCNA’s effectiveness in complying with selected contract requirements, achieving related contract outcomes, and reporting financial and performance results to HHSC. Issued August 30, 2019.

The audit was to determine whether contract funds were used as intended and the contractor billed and performed as required. No issues were noted. Issued August 28, 2019.

The audit was conducted to determine whether LogistiCare’s performance in selected areas was in accordance with contract requirements. Issued August 22, 2019.

This audit evaluated whether Cigna complied with contractual requirements for performing service coordination in support of STAR+PLUS Level 1 members. Issued August 22, 2019.

The audit evaluated Medicine Man to determine whether it properly billed VDP and complied with contractual and state requirements, and evaluated IT general controls to determine whether data used for audit testing was reliable. Issued August 22, 2019.

The audit was conducted to determine whether confidential HHS System information in the custody of Texas Children’s Health Plan and its subcontractors was protected from unauthorized access, loss, or disclosure. Issued July 31, 2019.

The audit was conducted to determine whether Amistad’s performance in selected areas was in accordance with contract requirements. Issued July 23, 2019.

The audit determined whether delivery of selected pharmacy benefits by Molina and its subcontracted PBM, Caremark, was effective and in compliance with criteria in the Uniform Managed Care Contract, the Uniform Managed Care Manual, and applicable state rules and statutes.

The audit was conducted to determine whether MTM’s performance in selected areas was in accordance with contract requirements. Issued July 17, 2019.

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