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Dear Administrator Letters (DALs)

Dear Administrator Letters (DALs)

Two Home Care Surveys Posted to HCS

DOH asks for your assistance with this important initiative.

June 23, 2014

Dear Administrator Letters (DALs)

Home Health Services in Managed Care Plans- HCBS DAL 14-01

DOH issued guidance in January 2014 on how managed care plans may contract with home health care service providers.   

February 24, 2014

Dear Administrator Letters (DALs)

Managed Care Plan Contracting with Home Care Providers: DAL HCBS 14-03

This letter issued in February 2014 provides clarification along with a set of FAQs on how managed care plans may contract with home care providers.

February 24, 2014

Dear Administrator Letters (DALs)

PCA Scope of Functions and Tasks

This listing indicates the full scope of practice for Level I and II Personal Care Workers.

February 24, 2014

Dear Administrator Letters (DALs)

Home Health Aide Scope of Tasks

DOH document that lists the health related tasks home health aides are and are not permitted to perform.

 

February 24, 2014

Dear Administrator Letters (DALs)

HCBS Statistical Reports and Hospice Cost & Utilization Report

DOH has issued three Dear Administrator Letters (DAL): 2010 LHCSA Statistical Report; 2010 CHHA/LTHHCP Statistical Report; and 2010 Hospice Cost and Utilization Report.

June 4, 2013

Dear Administrator Letters (DALs)

Final Reconciliation of Aggregate Annual Per Patient Spending Limits for CHHAs

A DAL was posted on HCS for CHHAs final reconciliation of paid claims for the period of April 1, 2011 - March 31, 2012, in comparison to the provider-specific, aggregate annual per patient spending limit, reported on an accompanying data sheet in your HCS account. All of the calculations apply only to patients 18 and older.  

March 12, 2013

Dear Administrator Letters (DALs)

DOH Advises Home Care Agencies of Licensure and Requirements for ALRs

DAL advises home care agencies to evaluate appropriateness of referrals for residents of congregate care facilities.

April 17, 2009