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Across the nation, states are looking to contain the rising cost of Medicaid. State programs to control fraud and abuse—designed to prevent, identify, and prosecute improper payments and unlawful behavior that increase health care costs—offer an approach that everyone can support.
Learn about new opportunities under the Affordable Care Act and hear what states are doing to prevent Medicaid fraud and abuse, recover improper payments, and address these issues in Medicaid managed care programs.
- Patricia MacTaggart, lead research Scientist, George Washington University
- Mark Hennessey, assistant Medicaid inspector general for Legislative & Intergovernmental Affairs, New York Office of Medicaid Inspector General
- Jack Stick, deputy inspector general of enforcement, Texas Health and Human Services Commission Office of Inspector General
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