Michigan Auditor General’s Performance Audit reveals Michigan Improperly Spent $160 Million on Medicaid

A performance audit of the Michigan Medicaid Home Help Program (HHP) revealed that Michigan improperly spent a total of $160 million over a three-year period caring for Medicaid beneficiaries needing in-home personal care services. The $160 million figure cited accounts for approximately 17.9 percent of the total HHP expenditures from October 1, 2010 through September 30, 2013. HHP allows Medicaid beneficiaries with functional limitations resulting from a medical or physical disability or cognitive impairment to receive personal care services in… Read More >