Solutions for Agencies in Connecticut
In Connecticut, providers are using Agency Workforce Management solutions to help oversee a wide range of tasks. MITC works with agencies providing employment, day, residential, family support, respite, school-to-work, group and individual employment support, day and personal support, and other services for individuals with developmental disabilities or behavioral health needs in Connecticut.
What’s Going On In Connecticut
- Sandata is the state-manded EVV vendor for CT as of 1/1/2017. This applies to non-medical services, home health providers, PCA services, CHC, and Acquired Brain Injury.
- Budget cuts for remainder of Fiscal Year 2017 after a revenue shortfall of almost $400 million. This will affect family support, behavioral services, employment, and day opportunities.
- As of October 1 2016, paper billing claims will no longer be accepted.
Connecticut Billing Integration
DXC Technology: CT Social services providers are required to use Sandata in conjunction with DXC to submit billing claims. Our software can integrate with this and any billing system, providing automatic claims submission and electronic remittances.
Agency Workforce Management is proven to work for agencies associated with the CT Council on Developmental Disabilities and the Connecticut Nonprofit Alliance (formerly CT Nonprofits and CCPA).