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Audit (A-01-13-00006)

The Rhode Island Medicaid Program Could Lower Payments for Selected Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies

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Rhode Island Medicaid could have saved approximately $1 million ($608,000 Federal share) on selected durable medical equipment incontinence items by limiting reimbursement to the most frequently reimbursed usual and customary charge amounts from July 2010 through June 2011.

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