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Author: Ryan Voyles

Executive director of Oak Forest autism center charged with falsely billing insurers

The executive director of an Oak Forest autism center has pled not guilty to federal fraud charges for allegedly obtaining at least $1.6 million from a private insurer for nonexistent therapeutic services, according to a statement last week from the U.S. Department of Justice.

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Lawmakers, Blue Island call on review board to delay vote on MetroSouth Medical Center closure

Eight state lawmakers and the city of Blue Island are calling on the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board to delay a vote on MetroSouth Medical Center's closure. The board is set to meet Sept. 17.

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HFS officials to implement changes after federal audit finds millions spent on deceased Medicaid beneficiaries

Department of Healthcare and Family Services officials said they will address issues raised by a recent federal audit that showed the state spent millions were spent to cover deceased Medicaid managed care beneficiaries.

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