Child and Family Services of New Hampshire Agreed to Pay $177,000 for Allegedly Violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law by Submitting Claims for Healthy Families Home Visits Not Provided as Claimed
After it self-disclosed conduct to OIG, Child and Family Services of New Hampshire (CFS), New Hampshire, agreed to pay $177,000 for allegedly violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law. CFS administers a Healthy Families Home Visit (HFHV) program for low income, Medicaid eligible, pregnant women, to ensure coordinated social services pre and post birth. OIG alleged that CFS caused claims to be submitted to Medicaid for HFHV services that it knew or should have known were not provided as claimed by one of its case workers.
- Date:March 17, 2017
- Fraud Self-Disclosures