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Financial audit of the Med-QUEST Division of the Department of Human Services

a report to the Governor and the Legislature of the State of Hawaii

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      • May 2001.

        StatementThe Auditor
        PublishersThe Auditor
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        LC Classifications2001
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 78 p. :
        Number of Pages73
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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        2Report (Hawaii. Legislature. Office of the Legislative Auditor) -- no. 01-10.
        3Report -- no. 01-10

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5 Investigators; authority and access to records 346-5 Reports 346-6 Appropriations; expenditures; donations 346-7 Acceptance of grants-in-aid or outright grants 346-7. General Provisions 346-97 Criminal history record checks Part V. Chapter 346 Department of Human Services TITLE 20.

5 Requirements for persons exempt pursuant to section 346-152 346-152. Safeguarding, depositing, and reporting receipts.

This report presents the results of our review of 19 recommendations made to the Department of Human Services inwhich was published in January 2014.

Field Offices Performance Audits and Technical Assistance Engagements DAR plans and conducts performance audits within the scope of the Shared Services for Health and Human Services agencies and includes internal processes and external organizations receiving federal or state funding.

3 Temporary assistance for needy families and food stamps for individuals with a felony conviction which has as an element the possession, use, or distribution of a controlled substance 346-53. 6 Federally qualified health centers; rural health clinics; reimbursement 346-53. 5 Hawaii qualified health centers 346-42 Administrative inspections and warrants 346-43 Penalties under other laws 346-43. By law, the FMAP cannot be lower than 50 percent or higher than 83 percent.

6 percent of State spending by FY2015.

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Also, the division should deposit cash receipts in a timely manner, investigate outstanding issues related to the trust fund suspense account, and maintain adequate supporting documentation for all claims. The law requires every health care service firm, including those required to submit an audit, to submit a financial statement by December 30, 2022.

The law does not make a distinction between health care service firms that receive Medicaid funding and those that do not. The audit processes and the resulting reports are issued in accordance with Government Auditing Standards.