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State Over Billed The Feds for Family Planning

The state refunds the federal government $1.7 million with another $3 million under review

February 22, 2011 -- A federal audit recently found the Oregon Health Authority improperly claimed $1.7 million in federal reimbursement for a program that offers family planning services to low-income Oregonians

A routine audit by the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services found the state had not properly verified the income or social security numbers of enrollees to an expanded Medicaid program known as Oregon Contraceptive Care also called the Family Planning Expansion Project

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