This member-only webinar includes discussions about the country's change in administration and it's potential effect on Medicaid, our May Self Direction conference, CMS' request for fraud inquiries, and our new FMS Membership Steering Committee... Read more
The NRCPDS hosted a webinar on budget authority November 24, 2014. During the webinar the speakers reviewed the core concepts of budget authority and outlined the four key points on the budget authority spectrum. They also reviewed how budget... Read more
This webinette describes the Administration for Community Living’s (ACL’s) Long-Term Services & Supports (LTSS) Workforce Competency Model Project. The presentation begins with a review of the project background and the Department of Labor’s... Read more
Judith Davis, the IRS internal expert on Home Health Care Service Recipients (HHCSRs) and Michelle Weigelt, IRS Office of Chief Counsel attorney in the Employment Tax Branch, present updates from the IRS that impact Fiscal/Employer Agents serving... Read more
The following materials are available to NRCPDS members in order to inform the Community First Choice Proposed Rules commenting process. Comments are due to CMS by 5pm on April 26, 2011. Comments to be submitted with the NRCPDS are due... Read more
This presentation from May 2010 explains the consumer direction model of service provision and outlines how this differs from a traditional service model.
Presented at the 2010 HCBS Conference, this takes a closer look at the elements of participant direction that were included in the Affordable Care Act. Also included is a Medicaid Authority Comparison Chart.
Part of the October 2010 NASHP State Health Policy Conference, this presentation presents initial findings from a 2011 national survey of participant-directed programs and discusses key elements of programs.
This presentation was part of the 2011 Aging In America Conference and it highlights our work to develop competencies for the aging network.
This speech was presented at a congressional briefing on The Implications of Health Care Reform for the Social Work Profession in Washington, DC on February 16, 2011.