NY healthcare bill errors cost state
The insurance companies that administer the health plan for New York state and local government employees overcharged taxpayers by as much as $11 million, according to audits released Wednesday by the state Comptroller. Auditors found that for some special equipment, hospitals overcharged the state in six out of every 10 cases, but the insurers paid the money anyway.
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