OIG Site Recognizes MFCU’s

Many Medicare Fraud cases are jointly worked by the feds and the states, as often the cases  are national in scope and involve Medicaid utilization as well as Medicare. To display  the often important role played by State Medicaid Fraud Control Units (MFCUs), the OIG has developed a new section on its website specifically concerning the MFCU’s.  The 50 MFCUs, which are funded on a matching basis as part of the Medicaid program, are established by Federal law as “single, identifiable” Units operated by the States and devoted to the investigation and prosecution of Medicaid fraud and patient abuse and neglect.

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