Xerox Denies Lawsuit Claims of State and Dentists

Court of LawLast week Xerox filed a response to both the lawsuit filed by the State of Texas and its dentist intervenors about Xerox’s allegedly deficient Medicaid orthodontic prior authorization process that led to $1.1 billion in program spending without proper review.

Xerox issued a general denial of all claims, stating:

Subject to stipulations or admissions that may hereafter be made, Xerox enters its general denial, pursuant to Rule 92 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, thereby denying each and every, all and singular, of the material allegations made by Plaintiffs, and Xerox requests that the State be required to prove all charges and allegations by the applicable standard of proof required by the laws of the State of Texas.

The filings can be downloaded here:

Xerox’s Original Answer to Pleas in Intervention

Xerox’s Original Answer to State’s Petition

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