42 CFR 457.930 - Full investigation, resolution, and reporting requirements.

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§ 457.930 Full investigation, resolution, and reporting requirements.

The State must establish and implement effective procedures for investigating and resolving suspected and apparent instances of fraud and abuse. Once the State determines that a full investigation is warranted, the State must implement procedures including, but not limited to the following:

(a) Cooperate with and refer potential fraud and abuse cases to the State program integrity unit, if such a unit exists.

(b) Conduct a full investigation.

(c) Refer the fraud and abuse case to appropriate law enforcement officials.

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