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The OIG conducted an audit of Community Options, Inc.

Recognizing that prevention is a key part of its mission, the OIG initiated a formal process to enhance the OIG Prevention Strategy.

Throughout fiscal year 2021 (FY 21), the OIG collaborated with law enforcement agencies across Texas to arrest and successfully prosecute individuals who seek to defraud state health and human services.

The OIG Audit Division conducted an audit of special investigative unit (SIU) activities at Aetna Better Health of Texas, a Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program managed care organization.

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) published its fourth quarterly report for fiscal year 2021. The report summarizes the excellent work performed by the OIG during the past four quarters.

Dr. Janice Reardon, Chief Dental Officer of the Office of Inspector General, has been honored with the Lifetime Membership Award by the Texas Dental Association.

The OIG conducted an audit of the Texas Integrated Eligibility Redesign System (TIERS), which is the system that contains records of applications processed, approved and denied.

The OIG conducted an inspection of local mental health authorities (LMHAs).

The OIG's Provider Investigations unit investigates and reviews allegations of fraud, waste and abuse involving Medicaid providers.

The OIG’s Women Infant and Children (WIC) Vendor Monitoring Unit (VMU) has seen a significant reduction in certain violations, due in part to their prevention efforts.