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Audit: State owes $23M in Medicaid funds

Wisconsin accused of misspending money it charged to federal government

7:51 PM, Sep. 19, 2013
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A federal audit to be released today alleges that the state Department of Health Services failed to adequately document nearly $23 million charged to the federal Medicaid program for mental health services for young people.

Auditors are recommending that the federal government seek reimbursement for the full $22.8 million in potential overcharges for services at 27 residential care centers (RCCs), which are private, nongovernmental entities that provide custodial care and treatment to clients ages 21 and under.

The audit claims the state failed to provide adequate documentation to ...

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