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Humana Health Plan Overcharged Medicare by Nearly $200 Million, Federal Audit Finds

A Humana Inc. health plan for seniors in Florida improperly collected nearly $200 million in 2015 by overstating how sick some patients were, according to a new federal audit, which seeks to claw back the money. This story also ran on NPR. It can be republished for free. The Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General’s recommendation to repay, if finalized, would be “by far the largest” audit penalty ever imposed on a Medicare Advantage company, said Christopher Bresette, an HHS assistant regional inspector general. “This [money] needs to come back to the federal government,” he said in an interview. Human...

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