In this November 2013 photograph, Sophie Cordoba teaches a 13-year-old boy in the Applied Behavioral Analysis classroom in Miami.  This week, Florida healthcare regulators imposed a six-month moratorium on enrollment of new behavior analysis providers into the Medicaid program, citing massive fraud and abuse.
In this November 2013 photograph, Sophie Cordoba teaches a 13-year-old boy in the Applied Behavioral Analysis classroom in Miami. This week, Florida healthcare regulators imposed a six-month moratorium on enrollment of new behavior analysis providers into the Medicaid program, citing massive fraud and abuse. Shannon Kaestle The Miami Herald
In this November 2013 photograph, Sophie Cordoba teaches a 13-year-old boy in the Applied Behavioral Analysis classroom in Miami. This week, Florida healthcare regulators imposed a six-month moratorium on enrollment of new behavior analysis providers into the Medicaid program, citing massive fraud and abuse. Shannon Kaestle The Miami Herald

Citing Medicaid fraud, state freezes enrollment of autism therapists in South Florida

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