AG Frosh Recoups Funds from Autism Services Provider that Improperly Billed Medicaid
Baltimore, MD (March 4, 2015) - Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced today that an autism services provider with offices in Rockville and Towson has agreed to pay $58,000 to resolve claims that it billed the state Medicaid program for services it never delivered. The Office of the Attorney General's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit launched an investigation into Children Achieving Maximum Potential, Inc., (ChAMP) in 2010, after receiving a tip from a former employee.
- Date:March 4, 2015
- Agency:Maryland Attorney General
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