Community Settings Regulation Compliance
Review of Senior Center Plus Sites and Determination: No Sites Submitted to CMS for Heightened Scrutiny Review
The Maryland Department of Health has reviewed the Senior Center Plus sites in the state and has found that currently all of the sites are community based and meet the criteria of the Community Settings regulations. The Maryland Department of Health invites public comment on the Senior Center Plus providers. A public comment period will be open from May 25, 2018 to June 25, 2018. Once the public comment period is complete, this information and the comments will be submitted to CMS for review. Please send all comments to email@example.com
or Rebecca Oliver, Health Policy Analyst Advanced, Room 134, 201 W Preston St, Baltimore, MD 21201.
Training and Other Important Information
How to enroll to provide CPAS, CFC and CO services (PT 76)
Note: Due to changes in federal rules, the Community First Choice and Community Personal Assistance Services programs are no longer accepting provider applications to become an Independent Personal Assistance provider.
We now offer information sessions for potential providers for the CFC, CPAS, and Community Options Waiver programs. Provider enrollment staff will be available to assist with completing applications and to answer questions.
View PowerPoint training presentation,Community First Choice Provider Information Session -- 10-16-2019
In-Home Suports Assurance System (ISAS)
The State uses an In-Home Supports Assurance System (ISAS).
View PowerPoint infroamtion session, ISAS -- 03-11-2020
Home and Community-Based Options Waiver Transmittal No. 12 -- 07-28-2020, Fiscal Year 2021 Rates for Increased Community Services (ICS) Program and Community-Based Options Waiver Services Links to Code of Maryland Regulations