The state must publicly release an audit that flagged 15 New Mexico health organizations for problems including overbilling and possible fraud, the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government says.
Two state agencies — the Human Services Department and the Attorney General’s Office — have failed to release the full audit of the 15 behavioral health providers, which serve thousands of New Mexicans struggling with issues such as mental illness and drug addiction. The Foundation for Open Government says the state is required by law to release the full audit along with information that deciphers a code used in the audit to identify the 15 organizations.
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