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Highlights of ThriveNYC’s accomplishments during the first four months of Fiscal 2019 under Close Treatment Gaps include:• DOHMH provides organizations registered as Opioid Overdose Prevention Programs (OOPPs) in NYC with free naloxone, a medication that reverses the effects of opioid overdose and saves lives. Between July 2016 and October 2018, 175,793 naloxone kits have been distributed to OOPPs. The naloxone provided to OOPPs is dispensed to clients in various settings, including syringe exchange programs, drug treatment programs, homeless shelters, supportive housing, re-entry programs, emergency departments and many other community based organizations across neighborhoods in the City.
DOHMH did not effectively administer certain financial aspects of the contract. As a result, CUCS overbilled DOHMH by about $1.06 million during the year ended June 30, 2013. The overbillings include $1.05 million of improperly claimed personal service expenses and $11,889 of unsupported or inappropriate non-personal service costs.
The improper personal service charges included about $829,000 that was based on unsupported average annual salaries and related fringe benefits instead of actual employee compensation costs incurred by CUCS. For example, a QFR listed $45,774 as the average annual salary for eight social workers, whose average annual salaries were actually $36,806. Thus, on an annual basis, CUCS overbilled DOHMH $8,968 ($45,774 - $36,806) for each of the social workers.