Iowa Medicaid Cdac Agreement

13.04.2020 – COVID-19 Changes:All local offices are closed. Information about doors, how to request benefits and reach staff. Can always call the local office to reach employees. To report an alleged change or fraud, call 1-877-347-5678. To report child or adult abuse, call 1-800-362-2178. You can apply for food, FIP and Medicaid online at dhs.iowa.govchild ABUSE/DEPENDENT ADULT ABUSE program, which offers assessments and assessments of suspected abused children or dependent adults. The program attempts to provide services and makes recommendations to help abused children or dependent adults develop safe living conditions. CONSUMER-DIRECTD ATTENDANT CARE (CDAC) is a program that allows recipients of The Medicaid Waiver Program`s Home and Community Services (HCBS) to find and hire their own home care. The CDAC in home care providers can offer either qualified services (marginal and health medical services) or unskilled services (normal daily activity).

All CDAC agreements must be approved by the Medicaid Member Case Manager or the Human Services Division service officer. TO BECOME A CDAC PROVIDER – Contact the Iowa Medicaid Enterprise and apply to become a sole provider of CDAC (Provider Enrollment Department). The ME sends an application form with instructions to complete and requests a background review. Send a full app to IME Provider Enrollment, PO Box 36450, Des Moines, IA 50315. Please help us improve our vendor website using this short Survey Eligibility survey: To become a CDAC provider: must be 18 years of age or older, a family member, friend or neighbor of the person who helps you (may not be a spouse or parent/parent to the person who will help you), have the training or experience to provide the service and have an abuse and criminal history check out the frequently asked questions about availability for more information. Entry: Call to request a vendor registration app.