Changes to Intensive In-Home Service Definition and Rate
The February 2017 NC Medicaid Bulletin outlined some changes to the Intensive In-Home (IIH) service definition and rate. Partners has reviewed this information and IIH teams that are part of the Partners’ Provider Network may begin, effective immediately, to increase the team ratio from 1:8 to 1:12. Effective with dates of service April 1, 2017 and forward, Partners will adopt the new rate of $239.66 as the daily rate.
If you have any questions about these changes, please follow up with your assigned Provider Network Account Specialist.
Register for the February Provider Forum
We have a packed agenda for the first Provider Forum of 2017! Items to be discussed include:
- Home and Community Based Supports Standards and Compliance
- Outcomes and Value-Based Care
- State-Funded Benefit Changes
- Provider Council Updates
The Provider Forum will be held:
Date & Time: February 14, 2017, 1 – 3 p.m.
Location: Gastonia Auditorium with video conference to Elkin & Hickory
- Gastonia Corporate Office: 901 S. New Hope Road, Gastonia, NC 28054. Use the Auditorium Entrance, not the main entrance, to access the auditorium.
- Hickory Regional Office: 1985 Tate Blvd.SE, Hickory, NC 28602. Access the basement level from the main lobby. Enter Partners’ office to get to the multipurpose room.
- Elkin Regional Office: 200 Elkin Business Park Drive, Elkin, NC 28621. Use the front entrance to access the large conference room.
Your Input Needed: Partners’ Needs Assessment and Gaps Analysis
Each year, Partners conducts a Needs Assessment and Services Gaps Analysis to understand the behavioral health needs of the citizens in the regions we serve. To assist with this process, we want input from every person and from every perspective touched in some way by mental illness, substance use disorders, or intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The survey should only take a few minutes to complete. Want to participate?
Click Here to Complete the Survey
Survey closes February 24, 2017
Partners will use a number of tools–focus groups, consultation with community and provider stakeholders, extensive data analytics, and web-enabled surveys–to develop an effective plan for a more targeted deployment of precious healthcare resources. We appreciate your help in this process.