Of the contracts.

The report found of the of the payments comply with terms of the contracts. Not in some cases, payments exceeded caps in the contracts, and in other cases, CMS received adequate documentation to confirm that the costs billed, the report found. CMS spokesman Jeff Nelligan said, in the period 2005-2007 with the conclusions of the report and rejects the introduction of Medicare benefits required some contract decisions outside the normal policy (Freking, Associated Press..

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