PCA FRAUD HAS AUDITOR'S OFFICE ON THE LOOKOUT
Citing an increase in fraud, Auditor Suzanne Bump declared Thursday that her investigators will be paying close attention to personal care attendants who work with MassHealth recipients who have disabilities.
Under the PCA program, MassHealth members receive funds to hire attendants and are then responsible for hiring, scheduling, training and firing attendants, if necessary.
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