[…] The need to reduce silos and improve coordination “is a common concern” across many Georgia agencies, said Laura Harker, senior health policy analyst at the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute. “The managed care organizations take a lot of credit for reducing state Medicaid costs,” she said. “But just because they help produce savings doesn’t mean they don’t need oversight on ensuring they are making the correct payments.”
Audit: GA Medicaid oversight is uncoordinated, risks overpaying, fraud
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