A bill that goes after service providers who rob the Medicaid system of hundreds of millions of dollars a year has been given first-round approval in the State Senate. One more favorable vote sends Senator Chris Koster’s bill to the House. He says one important section protects whistleblowers. Koster estimates the state loses $300-Million to $600-Million a year because of fraud in the Medicaid system.
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