Posted by: servicecoordination | October 21, 2014

CMS Community Rule (Regulation) Update:

Important Reminder: CMS Community Rule (Regulation) Update:

The Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) has developed three surveys to get input from three groups: (1) participants/caregivers, (2) case managers/support planners/resource coordinators, and (3) residential and assisted living providers. Links to each survey are below:

1) Survey for Participants or Caregivers 
*The purpose of this survey is to collect information about a participants’ plan of service and settings where they receive services.
2) Survey for Case Managers/Supports Planners
*The purpose of this survey is to collect information about participants’ service plans and the process used for writing those plans.
3) Survey for Residential Providers
*The purpose of this survey is to collect information about residential providers’ settings and services.

You may also request a paper copy of the survey by emailing dhmh.hcbssetting@maryland.gov. DHMH has requested the surveys be completed no later than Friday, October 31, 2014. If you have questions regarding the surveys, please contact MaryAnn Mood at mamood@hilltop.umbc.edu or 410-455-6395.

Additional information regarding the CMS Community Rule (Regulations) is located on the Department’s Medicaid and Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) websites as follows:

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING THE CMS COMMUNITY RULE (REGULATIONS), PLEASE CONTACT REJIE ABRAHAM OR MEGAN MOORE AT DHMH.HCBSSETTING@MARYLAND.GOV OR BY PHONE AT 410-767-6882.
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