Helpful Resources

 

State of Connecticut Regulations

CT Mutual Aid LTC Plan

Department on Housing

Board of Examiners for Nursing

2019 Connecticut Long Term Services and Supports Plan

General Information on the Connecticut Solicitation of Charitable Funds Act

 

Checking the Exclusions List
To check the List of Excluded Individuals and Entities (LEIE), the OIG maintains a database of parties excluded from participation in all Federal health care programs and everyone should be checking this site: http://oig.hhs.gov/exclusions/index.asp

To check state information on exclusions and suspensions, go to www.CT.gov  and search “Administrative Actions List” or click here.

 

Department of Public Health


Antipsychotic Medication Use Resources

 

Department of Social Services (DSS) 

Benefit Center – Are You Eligible?

Long Term Services and Supports Consumer and Workforce Website

Behavioral Health Services

Dental Partnership

Non-emergency Medical Transportation

CT Medical Assistance Program website for providers

State of CT Medicaid Long Term Care Demand Projections
DSS LTSS Inquiry Email Guidelines for Requests for Escalation of Renewals

 

New Medicaid LTC Application - July 2013

Checklist

Applied Income Worksheet

Q&A on LTC Medicaid

 

Topic Specific Pages on the DSS website:
Medicaid Nursing Home Reimbursement

Continuing Care Facility (CCF)

Residential Care Homes (RCH)

Reimbursement and Certificate of Need

Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders

Medicaid Hospital Reimbursement

 

Medicaid Oversight
The website for the Council on Medical Assistance Program Oversight (MAPOC) can be found here. Information on the various Medicaid initiatives can be found on this site.

Long Term Care Rebalancing / Money Follows the Person (MFP)
My Place CT
Money Follows the Person
2019 Connecticut Long Term Services and Supports Plan

Annual Connecticut Nursing Facility Informational Fact Sheet
The State of Connecticut has released the most recent annual Nursing Facility Informational Fact Sheet dated September 30, 2018: Annual Nursing Facility Informational Fact Sheet

The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (formerly AMDA)
The Society for Post-acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (formerly AMDA) offers a certification program for long-term care medical directors, detailed explanations of nursing home quality measures for consumers, and continuing education for medical directors and attending physicians.

 

Federal Resources

Medicaid.gov is the new CMS website that provides federal policy guidance; lists of pending and approved waivers;  highlights  of  Affordable Care Act implementation efforts; State-specific program information and data; and improved search capabilities.