Solutions for Agencies in Utah

In Utah, providers are using Agency Workforce Management solutions to help oversee a wide range of tasks. MITC works with agencies providing providing employment, day, residential/group homes, family support, personal support, respite, and other services for individuals with developmental disabilities or behavioral health needs in Utah.

What’s Going On In Utah

In Fiscal Year 2016 DSPD provided employment services to 1,011 clients receiving disability services and to 489 individuals on the DSPD waiting list for state services. Of those, 49.3 percent are employed with an average of 16.5 hours worked per week. Other data highlighted in the Annual Report includes:

  • 5,559 total individuals receive ongoing services in a home and community based setting, with 221 new individuals brought into services
  • 30 percent reduction of direct care staff turnover with legislative approved pay increase
  • 2,510 people waiting for DSPD services, with 1,152 receiving various short-term limited services while awaiting funding for ongoing services
  • Details of a web-based app coming in 2017 to help individuals have more control and awareness about the services they receive

Utah Billing Integration

Our software can integrate with Utah ID, MMIS -PRISM, and any other billing system, providing automatic claims submission and electronic remittances.

State Associations

Agency Workforce Management is proven to work for providers in Utah associated with the Utah Association for Intellectual Disabilities (UAID), the Utah Developmental Disabilities Council, Learning Disabilities of Utah, the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Utah, Utah Parent Center, the Autism Council of Utah.

To speak with a Utah Agency Specialist, contact us today.

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