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In your member enrollment process leaving you exposed? 

By Claire Thayer, June 2, 2017

In September last year, the Government Accounting Office released a new study on findings from its undercover enrollment eligibility testing of federal and selected state marketplaces. As part of the study, GAO submitted 15 fake applications for subsidized coverage through the federal Marketplace in Virginia and West Virginia and through the state marketplace in California. GAO’s applications tested verifications related to (1) applicants’ making required income-tax filings, and (2) applicants’ identity or citizenship/immigration status. Through this extensive under cover testing process, GAO found that eligibility determination and enrollment processes continue to remain vulnerable to fraud.

This weeks’ edition of the MCOL Infographic, co-sponsored by LexisNexis, highlights some of findings presented in the GAO report: 


MCOL’s weekly infoGraphoid is a benefit for MCOL Basic members and released each Wednesday as part of the MCOL Daily Factoid e-newsletter distribution service – find out more here.

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