In 1985, states joined together to launch the National Association for Medicaid Program Integrity (NAMPI). Their intent was to create national Medicaid program integrity through the channeling of funds for required services.
Today, NAMPI encompasses all 50 states. Members are from various professional disciplines, including but not limited to, attorneys, nurses, contractors, investigators, managed care staff and pharmacists. Within our website is a National Directory providing information about NAMPI members and affiliates. Their primary task focuses on instances of fraud and abuse in the Medicaid Medical Assistance Program.