On January 16, 2014, New Mexico’s attorney general announced that it found insufficient evidence to support allegations of Medicaid fraud and overbilling of more than $600,000 between 2009 and 2012 by The Counseling Center. The attorney general's investigation did identify overbilling of $19,000, but found no evidence to support fraudulent billing. Since June 2013, the Attorney General’s Office has been investigating allegations of Medicaid fraud referred by the New Mexico Human Services Department (HSD) following an audit of 15 behavioral health provider organizations; the remaining investigations are ongoing. This document is a summary of the . . .
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