The New Mexico Attorney General’s Office announced Tuesday that an investigation has cleared a Santa Fe behavioral health provider that was accused, along with 14 others, of Medicaid billing fraud by a state agency that terminated the companies’ funding.
The chief operating officer of Easter Seals El Mirador, Patsy Romero, said she was relieved by the findings. But she blamed Gov. Susana Martinez’s administration for disrupting services to people with mental illnesses and developmental disabilities, while putting the New Mexico businesses that served them in peril.
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