Medicaid inspector general auditing for gambling winnings


The state Medicaid inspector general is reviewing KanCare beneficiaries to see who might have won big at the casinos or in the lottery without reporting their winnings.

Inspector General Steve Anderson told lawmakers last week that a review of unreported financial windfalls was underway.

The review is looking at beneficiaries who might have won more than $10,000 but did not report the winnings as required.

Anderson didn't elaborate on what prompted the audit of gambling winnings.

However, a spokesman for the attorney general, who . . .


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