Provider Management

 
The Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) and Sandata Technologies are hosting two upcoming Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) webinars in August 2021. The webinars focus on Sandata EVV data entry. The intended audience are agency providers, non-agency providers and direct care workers who use the Sandata EVV visit capture solution. The webinar is not intended to discuss data entry for agency providers who use an alternate system – please contact the alternate vendor for details on their data entry procedures. 
Please use the links below to register. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email. If
you are unable to attend a live webinar, a recording and webinar slides will be posted to the
Webinar tab on the ODM website after the last scheduled webinar.
Description
Date/Time
Link to Register
Sandata EVV Data Entry Review
Thursday, August 26 from
9:30am-11:00am EDT
Register
Sandata EVV Data Entry Review
Tuesday, August 31 from
1:30pm-3:00pm EDT
Register
The EVV team’s goal is to provide valuable and useful information to providers during webinars. Please do not hesitate to reach out to ODM and share which topics you would like to learn more about for future webinars. Please send topic suggestions to ODMEVV@Sandata.com

 


Welcome to the Provider Management Division. The Provider Management Division is the first stop for any individual or agency who wants to be a certified long-term care provider. This division is responsible for the daily oversight of our provider network for PASSPORT, Title III, Assisted Living, Alzheimer’s, Caregiver and more.

 
Provider Management staff handle a multitude of responsibilities including but not limited to; technical assistance to the provider network, annual provider reviews, rule compliance, communications with ODA’s Provider Network Management, nutrition monitoring, Title III program management and contract compliance.
 
Take a look around and learn more about the Provider Management Division and what we do.
 

Report Elder Abuse and Exploitation!

 
If you feel that you or a loved one has been the victim of elder abuse, neglect or exploitation, help is available from the state's Adult Protective Services Program administered by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
 
Learn more about Adult Protective Services, by Clicking Here
 
For the phone number to contact your county department of job and family services to report suspected abuse Click Here
 
If you or a loved one are in immediate harm, call local law enforcement right away.
 
AAA9 wants to ensure our older adults are getting the resources they need if they are experiencing some type of abuse. Because of this, we will be increasing our services to include assisting with those in situations of abuse, neglect, or exploitation.
 
If you know of any individual who could use our assistance, please have them call Ashley Bichard at (740) 421-9755.
 
For more information regarding regarding how AAA9 can help please Click Here

         
 
Dear Providers,
 
The Ohio Department of Health has a new website; www.coronavirus.ohio.gov. This site is operated in conjunction with the Centers for Disease Control and updates information every afternoon at 2pm.
 
There is also a toll free health hotline number that you, your family members and consumers can utilize to ask a physician or other health care professional questions regarding your specific health needs and how you may be affected by COVID 19. Also consider reaching out to your local health department for additional information.
 
AAA9 is working with the Ohio Department of Aging, the Ohio Department of Health and Governor DeWine's office to give you the newest information as we know it. As we learn specific directives for the programs you deliver, we will let you know how to proceed. If you have any questions, please direct them to; Carol Baker, Communications Officer, cbaker@aaa9.org , or 740-435-4704.