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Texas Made Increased Payments for Services Rendered by Eligible Primary Care Providers Under Federal Requirements

We reviewed $141.6 million in increased payments made to 120 selected providers to determine whether the State agency made increased Medicaid payments appropriately.

We determined that the 120 selected providers were eligible as primary care providers under Federal requirements. Therefore, the State agency appropriately made the $141.6 million in increased payments for services rendered by the selected providers and received the $136.3 million in Federal funds.

Accordingly, this report contains no recommendations.

Filed under: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services