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KDADS will be hosting information sessions to provide you with program updates in response to the Federal rules shared with consumers at the last public information sessions. The program updates impact the following programs:
Autism, Frail Elderly, Intellectual/Developmental Disability, Physically Disabled, Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED), Traumatic Brain Injury, and Technology Assisted.
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The proposed changes are open to public comment and feedback effective 11/10/14 through 12/20/14. Public comments/ inputs regarding the proposed changes will be reviewed by KDADS leadership and will be amended if necessary prior to submission to CMS for approval. The final proposal will be posted to the KDADS website.
This is a summary of the proposed changes in the HCBS renewals for the following programs:
Frail Elderly, Intellectual/Developmental Disability, Physical Disability, Traumatic Brain Injury
Comments can be submitted to KDADS during the comment period the following ways:
Because we are still in consultation regarding a number of outstanding issues, CMS and the State of Kansas have agreed to extend the state’s submission dates for the Developmental Disability (DD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Physical Disability, (PD) and Frail Elderly (FE) waivers. This additional time will allow us to reach resolution on the matters that remain to be resolved, including the waiver transition plans for compliance with the HCBS final settings rule.
Attention: KanCare Providers
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Division of Health Care Finance, is conducting the next in a planned series of provider experience surveys related to the KanCare program. The brief surveys will be electronically captured and cover a variety of provider experience issues designed to help ensure that we are as responsive and provider-friendly as possible with the KanCare program.
In addition, please note: We are asking that provider agency leadership staff complete the survey, which is expected to take between 5 and 10 minutes. This survey is intended for CEOs, COOs, CFOs or senior leadership staff at provider organizations so we’re able to receive a broad view of experiences reported.
Your feedback is important to the program’s success. This survey will be open until Friday, September 26, 2014.
Access the survey here: http://www.kancaresupport.org/survey.
Only one submission is allowed per user. Any duplicate entries will be discarded.
If you or a loved one need information about the long-term supports and services available in Kansas, the Aging and Disability Resource Center, or ADRC, is the place to go. ADRC is the single entry point for older adults and persons with disabilities to connect with local experts who can help them choose a long-term care option. The ADRC call center line is answered Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm. Or you can leave a message after hours. The ADRC is at work for every Kansas community. For more information, call your local ADRC at 1-855-200-A-D-R-C. Thatís 1-855-200-2372. Or, visit the website at www.KSADRC.org.