UF Health May Owe $30 Million to Federal Government
UF Health may have to refund $30 million to the federal government.
That's according to a federal audit that found that over the past eight years, the center for medicaid and medicare services has overpaid Florida hospitals in excess of $267 million.
The payments were a part of the funding for the University of Florida's outreach programs to impoverished people, which cannot receive funding since the state did not accept the medicaid expansion as part of the affordable care act.
UF Health officials released a statement saying they do not believe they were overpaid.
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