Staffer who cut deals in controversial Medicaid fraud program removed from job
A staffer within the state comptroller's office who quietly made deals to resolve millions in disputed Medicaid payments -- resulting in settlements for far less than what was owed -- has been removed from his position, officials said. State Comptroller Philip J. Degnan would not disclose if the individual was fired, and would not reveal his or her name or whether there was any criminal wrongdoing, saying only that the employee was no longer with his office.
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#1 Oct 23, 2018
This does not matter unless the rest of the money that was stolen will be paid back by the thieves.
The thieves are laughing all the way to the bank. No jail time and they come out with a profit. And the stealing continues. Why not with the current deal if you steal you cant loose. Life is great in Lakewood.
PS I am one of the ones laughing !!!
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