Title III Provider list (2022)

 

PASSPORT Billing

For questions regarding PASSPORT billing including the following:

  • To check the status of an invoice
  • To check the status of a payment
  • Logging into the DDE portal
  • Any other Passport billing issues

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PASSPORT Billing Staff

David Tapp
Billing Supervisor

Jackie Williams
Billing Specialist


Disclaimer:This software is to be used for PASSPORT Billing Purposes ONLY by contracted PASSPORT Providers. Other use can lead to legal ramifications.

 

PASSPORT DDE Training Videos

MyCare Ohio Billing

Title III Billing

 

Provider Relations Overview

Provider Relations staff certify and monitor COAAA service providers to ensure that they remain in compliance with each program's conditions of participation, standards and service specifications. Provider Relations monitors programs including PASSPORT, Assisted Living and Title III. Some of our providers are large corporate entities who provide home health care, and some provider agencies are run by small business owners who offer very specialized services such as housecleaning and wheelchair ramp installation.

Provider Relations Contacts

Linda Gillespie
Aging and Disability Resource Network Director

Teresa Shane
Provider Relations Supervisor

Erika Cowles-West
Provider Relations Specialist

Jenny Janda
Provider Relations Specialist

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Provider Relations Specialist

Easter Keller-Dixon
Provider Relations Specialist

Jessica Lutjens
Provider Relations Specialist

Jackie Marchan-Rish
Provider Relations Specialist

Evelyn McClanahan
Provider Relations Specialist

Kris Oest
Provider Relations Specialist

Stephanie Pesetsky
Provider Relations Specialist

Cheryl Wilson
Provider Relations Specialist

Kim Johnson
Supportive Service Staff

PASSPORT/Assisted Living/Choices

Current PASSPORT, Assisted Living and Choices Provider Rules may be found on the Ohio Department of Aging website.

On the Ohio Department of Aging Rules web page, go to the Providers menu, then Rules & Forms, then Currently Effective Rules, and then click the link to rules in Section 173 or click https://codes.ohio.gov/ohio-administrative-code/173.

Ethical Standards form for Agency Providers

Title III Program

Ohio Administrative Code Rules and Specifications and Senior Community Services Block Grant Funding These rules cover the proposed application for funds and take effect upon the start of the contract period. They may differ from those in effect at the time of the release of the notice of funding. Title III, State Block Grant, Ombudsman and current OAC rules may be found at the following link to the Ohio Department of Aging (Non-Medicaid Rules): http://aging.ohio.gov/information/rules/current.aspx

Additional Documents:
COAAA Supportive Services
COAAA Legal Services
COAAA Health Services

Electronic Visit Verification (EVV)

Electronic visit verification (EVV) means using the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) approved EVV system to verify the provision of any service required by ODM, pursuant to 5160-1-40 of the Administrative Code. The use of an approved EVV system is also included in Ohio Administrative Code 173-39-02.

EVV is an electronic system that verifies key information about the services provided. The system implemented by ODM records the date of the service, the time the service started and ended, the individual receiving the service, the person providing the service, and the location of the service. Both agency and non-agency providers are impacted by EVV.

More information can be found via the Ohio Department of Aging's website: https://medicaid.ohio.gov/INITIATIVES/Electronic-Visit-Verification.

EVV Fact Sheet (March 2022)

Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) Guidance for ODA Providers: Training for New Zendesk Ticket Portal (June 2021)

Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) Guidance and Frequently Asked Questions for ODA Providers (updated April 2021)

 

EVV Provider Sessions

May 5, 2021: Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) continues to offer providers the opportunity for more personalized Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) system training and an EVV account review. This is a great opportunity for providers to work one-on-one with a Sandata EVV representative to review how to use EVV or how to improve on issues related to EVV claims matching. Providers who have completed a one-on-one session have let ODM know they feel more confident in maintaining their visits. If you would like to work with an EVV Sandata representative in a one-on-one call, please visit the calendar of available dates and times to sign up: https://go.oncehub.com/ODMEVVHelp.

If you click on the link and there are no available sessions, please check back again soon. We are continuously opening up more sessions. Google Chrome is the preferred browser when accessing the calendar.

 

 

Additional Online Resources

The following resources are available on the EVV page of the ODM website.

Agency Provider Training Manual
https://medicaid.ohio.gov/Portals/0/Initiatives/EVV/Trainng/P2-AgencyProvider_ParticipantGuide.pdf

Non-Agency Provider Training Manual
https://medicaid.ohio.gov/Portals/0/Initiatives/EVV/Trainng/P2-Non- AgencyProvider_ParticipantGuide.pdf 

Video to help caregivers learn to use the EVV device
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idx1vwyAZTk&feature=youtu.be 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
https://medicaid.ohio.gov/Portals/0/Initiatives/EVV/FAQforEVV.pdf

Provider Refresher Training – Visit Maintenance and Reports
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovYewP31gS0 

New Provider Applicants

Provider Types

Long Term Care Agency Provider: The provider is a legally-organized entity that employs staff, is registered with the Ohio secretary of state and has been operating, furnishing services, and being paid for the same services for which certification is being applied for at least two adults in the community for a minimum of three months at the point of application.

Non-Agency Provider: The provider is a legally-organized entity that is owned and controlled by one person and that does not employ a staff.

Consumer Directed Individual Provider: The provider is a person that a consumer directly employs and supervises to furnish a choices home care attendant service (CHCAS). The provider must already have a consumer for whom they will provide service.

Assisted Living Waiver Provider: The provider shall be licensed as a residential care facility by the Ohio department of health under rules 3701-17-50 to 3701-17-68 of the Administrative Code.

COAAA Provider Orientation

   • Provider Orientation Video

Ohio Department of Aging Provider Certification

   • Creating an Account – a step-by-step guide to successfully creating an new account.
   • Creating an Additional Account – a step-by-step guide for applicants already certified through DODD.
   • BCI-FBI Info Sheet – provides a list of approved PASSPORT reason codes and the address where those background checks need to be sent.

Providers wishing to service MyCare Ohio Waiver Consumers must first be certified by the Ohio Department of Aging or the Ohio Department of Medicaid.

Ohio Department of Aging Provider Certification Section