Fixing SSA’s overpayment practices - KFF Health News

As you may recall, the Social Security Administration has been under investigation for how they handled recouping overpayments from beneficiaries even when the government made the mistake. The newly appointed Social Security Administration Commissioner Martin O’Malley said: “that in the coming days, he would propose changes to help people avoid crushing debts that have driven some into homelessness and caused financial hardships for the nation’s most vulnerable — the poorest of the poor and people with disabilities or persistent medical conditions or who are at least age 65.” Fred Clasen-Kelly reports how the Social Security Chief vows to fix the agency’s overpayment clawback practices. Read Mr. Clasen-Kelly’s article here…

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