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Audit finds no overpayments by Minnesota for COVID-19 tests

Unopened COVID-19 saliva test kit Photo: KSTP-TV. Unopened COVID-19 saliva test kit

Associated Press
Created: July 14, 2021 12:31 PM

The Office of the Legislative Auditor says it found no evidence that the state of Minnesota overpaid two companies it hired to conduct COVID-19 saliva testing.

Instead, the auditor's report says managed care organizations, acting on behalf of the state, scrutinized the claims submitted by the two companies and paid just a fraction of the amounts originally billed.


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