Jamie Aguilar was sentenced to prison after falsely claiming to be a U.S. citizen and fraudulently receiving more than $247,000 in government benefits.
The OIG’s Benefits Program Integrity (BPI) unit completed more than 15,000 investigations involving some form of benefit recipient overpayment or fraud allegation in fiscal year 2022.
The OIG is a dedicated team, committed to providing Texans with confidence that their taxpayer dollars are being used efficiently and appropriately for Texas Health and Human Services (HHS) programs.
The OIG has agreed to settle with a South Texas pediatric medical clinic that conducted an estimated 23,500 unnecessary tests for strep throat infections.
The OIG’s Benefits Program Integrity (BPI) division completed 4,385 investigations in the first quarter of fiscal year 2022, involving some form of benefit recipient overpayment or fraud allegation.
The OIG has released the findings of an audit of Community Health Choice’s information security system used to process confidential Texas Health and Human Services (HHS) information.
Each year the OIG and Texas Office of the Attorney General (OAG) issue a report that summarizes the agencies’ collective efforts to protect Medicaid resources from fraudulent activity.
OIG inspectors recently reviewed records from a skilled nursing facility to determine if the hours of direct care provided by licensed nursing staff were accurately reported.
The OIG updated the Audit and Inspections Plan for fiscal year 2023, which outlines potential audit and inspections areas and topics.
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