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eligibility.

David Reid, U-M's director of HR communications, says he's not expecting to find many cases of outright fraud--more often, he says diplomatically, it's a case of "not being aware of the eligibility requirements, or in some cases not changing coverage when something happens, whether it's a divorce, or marriage, or [a child] becomes too old to become covered." He says that he expects the $200,000 audit to pay for itself: "It's rare that the rate of people who are removed from coverage as a result of the verification process doesn't outweigh the cost of implementing it."    (end of article)

[Originally published in May, 2010.]

 

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