Arizona

Solutions for Agencies in Arizona

In Arizona, providers are using Agency Workforce Management solutions to help oversee a wide range of tasks. MITC works with agencies providing DTA (Day Treatment & Training – Adults), DTT (Day Treatment & Training – Children), RSP (Respite), ESE (Extended Supported Employment), DCS (Child Protection Services), RTCs (Residential Treatment Centers), and other services for individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses in Arizona.

Recent Regulation Changes in Arizona

AHCCCS is requesting an amendment to the 1115 Research and Demonstration Waiver to seek a waiver of the Institution for Mental Disease (IMD) exclusion for all Medicaid beneficiaries aged 21-64, regardless of delivery system. The objective of this waiver is to maintain and enhance beneficiary access to behavioral health services in appropriate settings and ensure that individuals receive care in the facility most appropriate to their needs. Specifically, the waiver of the IMD exclusion would allow psychiatric facilities (i.e. hospitals, nursing facilities, or other institutions of more than 16 beds that are primarily engaged in providing diagnosis, treatment or care of persons with mental diseases, including medical attention, nursing care and related services) to be able to provide reimbursable services to Medicaid recipients for stays in excess of fifteen (15) days.

Arizona Billing Integration

Our software can integrate with the AHCCCS Online billing system, providing automatic claims submission and electronic remittances.

State Associations

Agency Workforce Management is proven to work for agencies associated with APRIL, DDPA, Arizona Council of Human Service Providers, Arizona Austim Coalition, ARC, Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC), Arizona Center for Disbaility Law (ACDL), AAPPD, Arizona Community Action Association People’s Guide, Family Involvement Center,  and Mental Health America of Arizona.

To speak with an Arizona Agency Specialist, contact us today.

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