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Federal officials are asking for a $30 million refund from New Jersey after an audit found that adult mental health services providers in the state did not make Medicaid claims in accordance with state and federal standards.
The report from the U.S. Health and Human Services Department's inspector general was released Thursday.
The report, which examined services provided in group homes, supervised apartments and family care homes, was based on 100 random claims sampled by investigators. It found 64 did not comply with standards, and 24 had more than one deficiency.