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Recipient waste, abuse and fraud includes:
  • Recipient General Investigations General Investigations involves suspicion of waste, abuse and fraud in food stamps, Medicaid and TANF-cash assistance programs, (e.g., knowingly misstating or concealing information in order to receive more benefits.)
  • Recipient Limited Program Limited Program includes abuse and overuse of Medicaid health benefits.
  • Recipient WIC Investigations WIC Investigations occur when false reporting of income, household number, residency and/or abuse and trafficking of benefits is suspected.
Provider waste, abuse and fraud includes:
Bureau of Vital Statistics
  • Bureau of Vital Statistics Fraud Fraud or abuse involving vital records with the Bureau of Vital Statistics
  • Bureau of Vital Statistics More Information For more information please visit Internal Affairs.
Texas Youth Camps
  • Texas Youth Camps Allegations Alleged abuse, neglect, and exploitation at Texas Youth Camps
  • Texas Youth Camps More Information For more information please visit Internal Affairs.
State Employee/Contractor
  • State Employee/Contractor Employee misconduct Employee misconduct involving potential legal violations against HHS system resources
  • State Employee/Contractor Waste Waste, abuse and fraud involving HHS system contractors and sub-contractor
  • State Employee/Contractor Whistleblower Act Retaliation against employees under the Whistleblower Act
  • State Employee/Contractor Fraud Fraud involving workers' compensation claimants and medical providers
  • State Employee/Contractor Other activities Other activities with a potentially negative impact on the integrity of system resources, reputation, and employees.
  • State Employee/Contractor More Information For more information please visit Internal Affairs.
Third Party Resources
  • Third Party Resources Third Party Resources involves suspicion or evidence that a third party (e.g., employer health insurance, auto insurance, worker's compensation, etc.) is liable for costs incurred by Medicaid.
WIC Vendor Monitoring
State Supported Living Centers
  • State Supported Living Centers Allegations Alleged abuse, neglect, and exploitation at State Supported Living Centers.
  • State Supported Living Centers More Information For more information please visit Internal Affairs.

 

 





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