Assisting Public Assistance: Advanced technology seeks to cut billions in “dual participation” losses

Beneficiaries of public assistance programs who inadvertently or fraudulently receive benefits from agencies in multiple states contribute to the “dual participation” challenge. The problem has vexed health and human services agencies for decades and cost taxpayers billions of dollars annually in fraud, waste and abuse. Legacy solutions designed to limit double dipping of public benefits are limited by technological advancements.

Promising new solutions for shrinking “dual participation” enable data to be shared, in real-time, among agencies within and across states. In this expert Q&A, learn how a national data clearinghouse reduces “dual participation,” and learn more about the benefits that accrue to agencies enrolled in a clearinghouse, including cost savings, data sharing and much more. Download your Expert Q&A today!

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