A state audit is casting more doubt over Governor Bruce Rauner's Medicaid Managed Care Program reboot.
The report just released, reveals the Department of Health and Family Services can't account for more than $7 billion spent between the state and insurers. Numbers are based on fiscal year 2016.
According to the Auditor General, DHFS couldn't provide a list of important details regarding the state's Medicaid program. Among the information missing was the number of claims paid to Medicaid providers, the number of claims denied and administrative costs.
Glad too see this get some attention. Usually it’s only pensions when it comes to the state budget.