Washington, DC, Healthcare Alliance faulted on eligibility control
Washington Post, February 28, 2008
The Washington, DC, Healthcare Alliance might have allowed hundreds of ineligible people to receive benefits because of inadequate or nonexistent controls, according to an audit. The Health Alliance is the city's safety net for poor, uninsured residents. In response to the audit, city officials have released a plan to close loopholes and ensure that only qualified residents receive coverage.
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