Act 24 Reporting Contingency Plan and Lenience

Act 24 Reporting Contingency Plan and Lenience

Deadline, as Letters on a Clock

Many providers continue to experience challenges in accessing the Act 24 reporting tool. We continue to hold December 31, 2020 as the reporting deadline. All providers should attempt to use their assigned access to log on and complete the report prior to the deadline. If a provider is unable to access the tool and has submitted a request for user access by December 31, they will have until January 8, 2021 to complete the required reporting. If you have submitted a request to the appropriate RA account, follow-up will occur. Follow-up, based on volume, can occur between three to five days. If you need to request user access, please complete the DHS COVID Tracking – User Change Request form by December 31.

Fady is responsible for policy and regulatory matters related to Physical Disabilities and Aging, with primary focus on personal assistance, employment services, and service coordination. Emphasis is placed on engaging the Office of Long-Term Living and the Community HealthChoices Managed Care Organizations, coordination of care with Behavioral HealthChoices MCOs, and collaborations with other advocacy and provider associations. Fady is also the President / CEO of ProVantaCare, an RCPA-affiliated company focused on contracting with MCOs, and is the President of XtraGlobex, a consulting firm focused on Value-Based Payment contracting. He brings extensive experience in the advocacy and operations of human services providers in physical disabilities and aging, from his role at Liberty Resources, Inc., and his service with a number of nonprofit services providers. He earned an MBA in Marketing from The University of Tennessee and a PhD in Organizational Leadership from Capella University.


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