Continuing our bi-weekly update on which states have submitted for and received a good faith delay on electronic visit verification (EVV) implementation, we find that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have approved 11 requests, while 6 remain pending.
We are sharing this item from last Friday’s Weekly Update as a courtesy to our members.
Our members who support individuals who are dually diagnosed with intellectual / developmental disabilities (I/DD) and mental illness might be interested in this data brief with by the National Core Indicators (NCI).
Our members who assist people with disabilities in finding employment might be interested in this internship announcement by our coalition partner AAPD.
Members who have expressed the need for stronger data on individuals with intellectual / developmental disabilities (I/DD) might be interested in this opinion letter in The Hill, in which a scholar lays out ways existing data can be improved.
Because ANCOR members are at the heart of the work of our field, and because we remain committed to deepening ANCOR's positive impact in our nation, we are embarking on the most comprehensive study of our membership in the last decade — and we need your help.
In conjunction with our Policy Summit and Hill Day, ANCOR and the Office of U.S. Representative Debbie Dingell (D-MI) will host a briefing on Capitol Hill. This event is free and open to the public, but pre-registration by October 15 is required. Register for ANCOR’s Congressional Briefing on the HCBS Infrastructure Act.
We are sharing this announcement by the Administration for Community Living (ACL) on a competition for an inclusive talent pipeline because people with disabilities are employed at lower rates than their peers without disabilities.
POLITICO Pulse is reporting that, as a result of CMMI’s former head receiving an appointment to a different agency, CMMI has a new Acting Director.