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Ambulance service in $601K settlement over improper billing

The settlement covers claims submitted from January 2014 through December 2019.

Owner of Bridgeport child autism services agency pleads guilty to Medicaid...

Nichole Balkas will be sentenced on July 21.

Connecticut’s hospitals receiving another $40M from state for fight against Covid

“While these hospitals have received direct federal aid during this crisis, some of them and their affiliated practices are still experiencing financial hardship,” noted Gov. Ned Lamont.

Nearly 1 million residents have enrolled for insurance through AHCT

Nearly 17,500 Connecticut residents transitioned to HUSKY from private health insurance coverage, likely due to loss of income in 2020, during the most recent open enrollment period.

Norwalk home health care service files discrimination lawsuit against state agencies

The suit requests a jury trial, unspecified financial damages and fees, and a permanent injunction against discriminatory conduct “with respect to referrals for Medicaid services." 

Recovery Network of Programs in $354K settlement on double-billing charges

The double-billing took place between March and October 2017.

COVID-19 LATEST: Models show county peak to hit around April 26;...

Gov. Ned Lamont said the state's lack of ventilators remains a matter of growing concern, as Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, said yesterday that Connecticut could be one of the nation’s next hot spots. “Southern Connecticut is (already) one of those hot spots, and has been for some time,” the governor said.

Gov. Cuomo blasts feds cutting $8B Medicare grant for NY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OivyBFlBr8o Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has blasted the Trump administration for canceling an $8 billion health care grant that had been awarded to New York...

Gov. Lamont signs executive orders on health care costs

The governor said that similar initiatives in Massachusetts have saved health care consumers more than $5 billion since 2013.

Fairfield dentist fined $1.7M in Medicaid fraud case

Attorney General William Tong accused the dentist of "preying on some of Connecticut's most vulnerable citizens."

State settles lawsuit with Connecticut Hospital Association

Under the terms of the deal, which must be approved by the General Assembly, hospitals will have a more stable and predictable user fee schedule, with a reduction in the user fee (or "hospital tax") from $900 million to $820 million by FY 2026.

Medicaid fraud probes net Greenwich cop, Bridgeport business owner

Michael Mastronard is charged with fraudulently billing Medicaid while he was on-duty as a Greenwich police officer.

Xerox pays $235.9M to settle Medicaid fraud case

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said the settlement is the largest by the state for Medicaid-related claims.

Salvatore M. Di Costanzo: The interplay between annuities and Medicaid planning

There are essentially two types of annuity contracts for Medicaid purposes: qualified and nonqualified.

Texas Supreme Court upholds $1B Medicaid dental fraud decision against Xerox

Xerox subsidiary Texas Medicaid and Healthcare Partnership was faulted for mismanagement of payments for Medicaid dental services between 2003 and 2010.