New Changes to the Provider Compliance Review Process Require Regular Email Communication
Beginning with reviews in June of 2016, the Ohio Department of DD (DODD) will begin using a new software system for notification and tracking of provider compliance reviews.

Review Data System (RDS) will replace the existing system CMO. RDS will allow the reviewer and the provider to communicate entirely through the system for notification, scheduling and completion of the review. Providers will receive notification of their upcoming provider compliance review by an email through the RDS system. Providers will have to respond to the reviewer through the RDS system. All communications will be via the RDS system. If the provider is required to provide a plan of correction based upon the outcome of their review, this also will have to be completed and submitted through the RDS system.

What does this mean for providers? It is essential that all providers ensure their contact information, including their email address, is accurate in the Provider Certification Wizard (PCW). Email will be the main contact with providers through the RDS system. Providers must check their email often for notifications and information from the reviewer.

If the provider fails to make contact through this system, it could lead to them receiving notice that they are being non-compliant with the review process and ultimately could lead to their certification being in jeopardy. It is recommended that all providers check their contact information in the Provider Certification Wizard and update any information needed. DODD will be send out further communication as to how providers will access the RDS system in the near future and trainings/instructions will be available to providers.

Stay tuned for more information and double check your information in PCW now!

-- via SOCOG
Provider Information

The Scioto County Board of Developmental Disabilities (Scioto DD) partners with numerous local agencies and independent providers that deliver high-quality services to individuals with developmental disabilities living in Scioto County.

Independent providers and agencies who are currently certified to work in Scioto County are listed on the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities website:  Provider Search Website

If you are already a provider and are looking for renewal training courses, you can click here for an on-line option to get re-certified.  ceucertificates.com
 
Providers can also download our 2016 training schedule. 2016 Provider Training Schedule
 
More information is available by visiting the Scioto County Board of DD Intake Department located at the Carousel Center or by calling (740) 353-8448.

 



To learn more about how to become a provider, click on the links below.

Minimum Certification Qualifications
  • You must be at least 18 years of age
  • You must hold a high school diploma or GED
  • You must have a valid social security number and one form of identification such as a state of Ohio identification card, valid driver’s license, or other government issued photo identification.
  • You must not be on the abuser registry
  • You must not be on the nurse aide registry
  • You must be able to read, write, and understand English in a way to communicate with clients
  • You must hold a valid American Red Cross (or equivalent certification) in first aid.
  • You must hold a valid American Red Cross (or equivalent certification) in CPR.
  • You must complete 8 hours of training in the following topics. Overview of serving individuals with Developmental Disabilities, Rights of individuals, Overview of basic principles and requirements of providing home and community based services, Incidents adversely affecting health and safety, Universal precautions for infection control.
 

2016 Provider Training Schedule
Training opportunities provided through the Scioto County Board of DD in 2016.
New Provider Checklist
This pdf provides you with a list of things you must do to become a certified DD provider
Background Check Law
This is the law that requires independent providers to have a fingerprint background check.
MUI Rule
A copy of Ohio Administrative Code relating to the reporting the abuse and neglect and other adverse incidents involving people with DD
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