State leads include employees in the state Medicaid office, the state intellectual disability authority, and the state mental health authority that are involved with the state's PASRR program. The contact information for the PASRR state leads (below) was last updated on September 12, 2017.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has ten Regional Offices (ROs) that provide a local presence necessary to achieve the Center's objectives. Each Regional Office works closely with CMS Central Office as well a number of states (between two and eight) that fall within their...
A PDF copy of the transcript for each module is available at the bottom of this page. Module 1: CFR Compliance
This is a copy of the Washington State Plan Amendment (SPA) that added developmental disability (DD) services to the set of Medicaid-financed Specialized Services available to individuals in nursing homes.
This template is designed to help you amend your State Plan to change the way categorical determinations are defined. Drafted by Dan Timmel at CMS, it simplifies the process of drafting a State Plan Amendment and will help you ensure that any changes to the State Plan comply with PASRR regulations.
Level II Summary of Findings: Mental Illness.
MDS 3.0 Comprehensive (Annual) Assessment
Presented and attached below are Level II evaluation tools currently used in four states: Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, and Tennessee. Some tools are specific to one population (e.g. individuals with ID) whereas other tools are used to assess more than one population (e.g.
PTAC is proud to release a revised and more user-friendly PASRR self-assessment tool! Completing the PASRR self-assessment tool, originally drafted by Dan Timmel at CMS, is a great way to evaluate the status of your PASRR program.
CMS developed this document in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and has updated it after Hurricane Sandy in fall 2012.