Kentucky Substantially Met Money Follows the Person Program Requirements
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Kentucky's Cabinet for Health and Family Services (State agency) correctly claimed $6.5 million of Federal share funds. However, the State agency received $42,000 in unallowable Federal reimbursements for Money Follows the Person (MFP) from July 1, 2007, through December 31, 2010.
Of the 156 MFP recipients, 2 were not eligible to receive MFP services, resulting in $9,000 in overpayments. In addition, the State agency had unallowable qualified expenses for services that were not furnished during the 12-month MFP period, resulting in an overpayment of $22,000. Finally, the State agency lacked proper documentation for supplemental expenses for 33 MFP recipients, resulting in $11,000 in overpayments.
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