Articles Surrounding PCG Audit in New Mexico: Editorial Coming Tonight…(You Won’t Want to Miss It!)
As you know, I traveled to New Mexico earlier this week to testify before the New Mexico subcommittee for behavioral health about Public Consulting Group (PCG) Medicaid audits in North Carolina. Interestingly, I learned that Thomas Aldrich, a manager at PCG, is in charge of two projects: (1) the New Mexico audit; and (2) the North Carolina audits. Hmmmmm….and the plot thickens….oh, what a tangled web we weave…
More to come tonight…. (I’m still trying to catch up for the days I was gone).
By James Staley
By Steve Terrell
Posted on September 5, 2013, in Accountability, Behavioral health, Extrapolations, Fraud, Harassment, Health Care Providers and Services, Lawsuit, Legal Analysis, Legislation, Media, Medicaid, Medicaid Audits, Medicaid Contracts, Medicaid Fraud, Medicaid Reimbursement, Mental Health, Mental Health Problems, Mental Illness, New Mexico, North Carolina, Provider Medicaid Contracts, Public Consulting Group, Regulatory Audits, Suspension of Medicaid Payments, Tax Dollars, Taxes, Taxpayers, Tentative Notices of Overpayment, Termination of Medicaid Contract and tagged Audit, Behavioral health, Division of Medical Assistance, DMA, Fraud, Health care provider, Medicaid, Medicaid Audits, Medicaid Services, Mental disorder, Mental health, NC DHHS, NC Medicaid, North Carolina, PCG, Public Consulting Group, Suspension of Medicaid Payments, Tentative Notice of Overpayment, termination of Medicaid contracts. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.