1. What is the period of time surveyed for ABX2-1funding?.
2. Can service providers report on different months for their different vendor numbers to best demonstrate use of direct services funding?
3. Are there options on the survey to indicate classification of staff and what types of increases different classifications received?
4. For a service provider with multiple vendor numbers (vendorizations) and many employees who work under multiple vendor numbers, how should employees be reported for each vendor number?
5. How do service providers account for all employees who received a direct services increase, and how should vacant positions be accounted for?
6. What is the difference between the point in time service providers will report on the survey versus an audit for a full year?
7. Will we be required to submit backup documentation such as payroll documents along with this survey?
8. If I am vendored under one service code and vendor number do I have to fill out a survey for each regional center used?
9. Are service providers required to complete a survey for each vendor number and service code combination?
10. How do vendors know whether they are required to submit a survey?
11. Was pre-populated service provider information pulled from regional center electronic records?
12. If a service provider was vendored after the ABX2-1 rate increases took effect, will they have to complete a survey?
13. Do service providers who did not receive an increase have to complete the survey?
14. Do service providers need to report use of the additional 5% increases that applied to respite, independent living, supported living, and transportation services on the survey?
15. Will the randomly selected service providers who provided cost information used to determine the amounts of the rate increases be required to report on their distribution of increases direct services and administrative costs funding?
16. What information is the Department requiring that providers report on the rate increases?
Last modified: November 7, 2019