Multiple former subsidiaries of Xerox Corp. will pay Texas $236 million after settling a lawsuit that alleged the companies wrongly approved thousands of claims for unnecessary dental procedures.
Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the case's outcome Tuesday, calling it the biggest Medicaid-related settlement for a case filed by his office.
“Misconduct by employees of Xerox and its related companies compromised the integrity of the Medicaid program — the very program Texas hired the Xerox defendants to safeguard through the administration of a proper prior authorization review,” Paxton said in a statement. “We’re proud of this recovery of taxpayer money.”
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