If you are a private provider, your agency has obtained a Private Child Care Agreement with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to provide child caring or child placing services to children who are committed to the Cabinet. As determined by 922 KAR 1:360, Level of Care funding for private residential and foster care placements goes through the “gatekeeper”, which has been the Children’s Review Program since 1996. The Children’s Review Program (CRP) also provides placement, performance measurement, and technical assistance services in support of the children who are committed to the Cabinet.
This orientation is intended to give new providers an overview of the Children’s Review Program and to help establish a schedule for fulfilling their own agreement with the Cabinet. Individualized assistance may be obtained directly from CRP by contacting Jody Burrus (859.455.7452, ext. 3324).
What You Need to Know as a Provider
- Levels of Care
- Utilization Reviews
- Redetermination/Appeal Process
- Placement and Regional Placement Coordinator List
- Outcomes-Based Performance Measurement and Outcome Measures Defined
- Monthly Census Report
- PCC Comparative Report and Using the PCC Comparative Report
- Quality Improvement for PCCs/PCPs