Feds Say Ny Pays Billions To Health Care Providers Who Dont Follow The Medicaid Rules

09.13.17 | Jeremy Miller

A report by the office of the inspector general found that many providers failed to document patient assessments or provide written care plans to elderly and disabled New Yorkers receiving at-home care.

The report calculates the state may have paid out $1.4 million in just one year to providers who were not following the rules.

It says the state should add language to future contracts enabling it to recover money when providers do not comply.