The rate-setting models are ready for public comment. Your participation and input is important.
Background Providers and other stakeholders were involved in setting provider rates in 2007. The Great Recession and other pressures on government put a damper on rate changes since that time.
Rate models need to be updated to align with current economic realities. The models need to address wage pressures, expectations for service quality and safety, and competency and training requirements.
A stable and well-trained workforce is critical to the individuals we support. It helps ensure quality and continuity of services, individuals’ health and safety, and maximum independence and integration into the community.Read more here.