If you are a provider who is currently reopening day program services, remember that as you bring additional groups of individuals back, a new provider assurance form and virtual tour is required for each group/space regardless of previous group/space approvals.
While some approved services are not yet able to be authorized in the CPT/MSS, providers must still complete the billing of the services. If you are having difficulty or receiving a billing error, please contact Jeramee Caraballo, MCBDD Medicaid Services Manager, at email@example.com for assistance.
The first session of our new virtual provider training is scheduled for Wednesday, July 15 from 10 am - 12 pm, and will cover the MUI Process. To register for this virtual training session, follow the button below.
Before the training takes place, we want to make sure this training, along with future training, will meet your needs. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey, and help us to tailor your training to make them as beneficial as possible.
TheAkron Community Foundation has identified diversity, equity, and inclusion as proactive grantmaking priorities. They are expanding grantmaking through the Community Response Fund for Nonprofits to include programs that support racial equity in our community.
Through this expanded grantmaking, they will fund up to $5,000 to organizations in Summit and Medina County that:
Help facilitate storytelling that gives voice and understanding to marginalized experiences
Support nonprofits in our community working on systems change approaches to address racial inequities and injustices
Contribute to racial healing activities
Create and implement practical solutions to race-related challenges
For more information about this grant, follow the button below.
The Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) remains dedicated to health and public safety as the department responds to coronavirus (COVID-19). With the recent increase in COVID-19 cases, it is important to review the Pre-Surge Planning Toolkit. As a reference, please also read the Guidance on Standards of Care for Vulnerable Populations.
The mission of the Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities is to promote and empower individuals with developmental disabilities to live, learn, work, and socialize as citizens in the community.