The State of New Mexico has not adequately secured its Medicaid data and information systems in accordance with federal requirements, potentially putting sensitive data and its operations at risk, according to an audit by the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General.
While OIG reveals that the state adopted a security program for its Medicaid eligibility systems, auditors identified system vulnerabilities because the New Mexico Human Services Department did not implement sufficient controls in its program.
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