Idaho State Transition Plan Resubmission


~“Effective October 3, 2018, Idaho became the tenth state to receive Final Approval for the Home and Community Based Services  (HCBS) Statewide Transition Plan. CMS’ letter to Idaho can be found under the resources tab to the right in the Statewide Transition Plan link.
Moving forward, all HCBS providers will need to follow IDAPA rules, including creating and maintaining policies and procedures, while offering HCB services.
Idaho has updated the ongoing monitoring processes to ensure each provider offering HCBS will be reviewed for compliance at least every three years. Idaho will use a variety of program staff and the Division of Licensing and Certification to make sure each HCBS setting quality is reviewed. Additionally, all new providers enrolling with Medicaid through the New Provider Enrollment process will be expected to produce policies and procedures that comply with the IDAPA rules identified in the Medicaid Enhanced Benefits Plan”

State Policies & Initiatives: 
Medicaid & Employment
  • Medicaid Agencies
  • Home and Community Based Services (HCBS)
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