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New NYLJ Article: "Decision Strikes Medicaid Extrapolation, Upholds Strict Recordkeeping"


Section Member Frank Serbaroli, with the New York office of Greenberg Traurig, writes a regular "Expert Analysis" column for the New York Law Journal. The latest article, "Decision Strikes Medicaid Extrapolation, Upholds Strict Recordkeeping," appears in the September 28, 2010 edition of the Journal:

A recent decision by an administrative law judge (ALJ) for New York State's Department of Health has dealt a setback to the Office of Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) and its use of "extrapolation" of claims sampling in calculating Medicaid repayment demands. The decision has been widely circulated in the provider community, where it was received with considerable satisfaction. But the case is not so simple . . .

For the full article, link to the reprint posted on Greenberg Traurig's website.


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