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    ​Coordinator Resources – Forms, Processes, ​​​Policies, and Memos​

    APPLICATION - DDA

    COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT

    INDIVIDUAL INDICATOR RATING SCALE/MATRIX

    PERSON CENTERED PLAN

    DDA MEDICAID WAIVER PROGRAMS

    NATIONAL CORE INDICATORS (NCI)

    OFFICE OF HEALTH CARE QUALITY (OHCQ)

    POLICY ON REPORTABLE INCIDENTS AND INVESTIGATIONS (PORII)

    PROVIDER CONSUMER INFORMATION SYSTEM (PCIS2)

    The PCIS2 System is the latest version of DDA's Management Information System. It is an Internet enabled database application that is accessed by our providers, regional offices, headquarters staff, and other authorized users. The system tracks licensed statewide information on the following areas: Provider Demographics, Consumer Demographics, Rates, Contracts, Payments, Community Services Budget, and Amount Spent on Individual consumers, Waiting List, and Federal Fund Participation.

    For more information about PCIS2 please call our help desk at (410) 767-0747 or e-mail us at Helpdesk.dda@maryland.gov.

    REQUEST FOR CHANGE IN SERVICES

    Individuals receiving funding from the DDA can request a change (i.e. increase, decrease, addition or deletion) in services at any time as noted in DDA's Eligibility for and Access to Community Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities (COMAR 10.22.12.11 D).

    DDA SERVICES

    TRAINING

    SERVICE FUNDING PLAN (SFP) POLICY AND FORMS

    WAITING LIST

    The DDA Waiting List is comprised of adults and children with developmental disabilities who are waiting for funding from DDA to obtain community-based services. A person applies for DDA by completing an application.