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More providers are participating in the OIG self-report process so they can determine if they need to disclose overpayments received from participation in Texas Health and Human Services (HHS) programs.

The OIG continues to broaden its use of data analysis to help uncover fraud, waste and abuse (FWA) trends in the health care system by assessing potentially problematic behavior patterns.

The OIG Benefits Program Integrity (BPI) unit investigates allegations of overpayments to clients participating in the benefits programs administered by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.