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Medicaid Fraud in New York Targeted by New House Report
Date:4/4/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 04, 2013

On February 14, 2013, the United States House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform issued a report titled “Billions of Federal Tax Dollars Misspent on New York’s Medicaid Program.”

The report finds that there has been rampant waste, fraud and abuse of federal dollars in New York’s Medicaid Program over the past ten years, it highlights several examples of such fraud, and recommends six specific actions that should be taken immediately to reduce Medicaid fraud, waste, and abuse in New York’s Medicaid program and potentially save both Federal and New York State taxpayers significant amounts of money each year.

New York’s Medicaid program is the largest in the country. According to the Committee’s report, “[i]n fiscal year 2010, New York’s $2,700 per resident Medicaid spending exceeded per capita Medicaid spending in the rest of the country by more than $1,500.” The Committee cites “poor program oversight” by both the state and federal governments as contributors to New York’s Medicaid problem. Another source of the problem - New York’s Medicaid program is “so utterly complicated that nobody completely understands it,” says the report.

The report discusses several instances of Medicaid fraud in New York that have contributed to the current monster. A primary example of New York Medicaid fraud is the “lack of controls and misspending in New York City’s Personal Care Services Medicaid program.” To illustrate this problem, the Committee focused its attention on the case of U.S. ex rel Gabriel Feldman v. The City of Ne
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