OHA Calls Back Another $41 Million in Overpayments from CCOs
The state had originally said it would not seek repayments from 2014 and 2015 for elderly adults who were misclassified as younger adults. But as political pressure mounted, OHA is now ordering its Medicaid contractors to square up their books.
The Oregon Health Authority is calling back $41 million in overpayments it made to the state’s Medicaid contractors in 2014 and 2015 due to classification errors.
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