Billions of Federal Tax Dollars Misspent on New York’s Medicaid Program
New York State’s Medicaid program is the largest in the country. In fiscal year 2010, New York’s $2,700 per resident Medicaid spending exceeded per capita Medicaid spending in the rest of the country by more than $1,500. When problems have been identified, the cost associated has often been large as well. Poor program oversight by both the State and federal Government has contributed to these problems.
Staff Report: Open and Unimplemented IG Recommendations Could Save Taxpayers $67Billion
As the President’s sequestration cuts go into effect, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee released today a report detailing the growth in the backlog unimplemented recommendations from agency inspectors general. “This report chronicles $67 billion in unimplemented reforms that non-partisan Inspectors General have identified,” ...