Oregon Department of Human Services, Child Welfare Programs

Rule Rule 413-310-0355
Definition


“Overpayment” is defined for purposes of these rules as a payment for child care or treatment services and for related services to a family made by SOSCF, on behalf of a client, that either is paid to an ineligible provider or that exceeds the amount authorized by terms of the contract, SOSCF policies and rules, or law. An overpayment includes payments where a service provider is paid:

(1)

Beyond an authorization date or contract end date;

(2)

In excess of what is authorized;

(3)

For services not provided;

(4)

For services not meeting policy criteria;

(5)

Under circumstances of Erroneous Payments Based on Error or Fraud described in OAR 413-310-0200 (Purpose) through 0240.
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Jun. 8, 2021