TITLE 40.1
Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals

CHAPTER 40.1-22
Developmental Disabilities

SECTION 40.1-22-39

§ 40.1-22-39. Monthly reports to the general assembly.

On or before the fifteenth (15th) day of each month, the department shall provide a monthly report of monthly caseload and expenditure data, pertaining to eligible, developmentally disabled adults, to the chairperson of the house finance committee; the chairperson of the senate finance committee; the house fiscal advisor; the senate fiscal advisor; and the state budget officer. The monthly report shall be in such form, and in such number of copies, and with such explanation as the house and senate fiscal advisors may require. It shall include, but is not limited to, the number of cases and expenditures from the beginning of the fiscal year at the beginning of the prior month; cases added and denied during the prior month; expenditures made; and the number of cases and expenditures at the end of the month. The information concerning cases added and denied shall include summary information and profiles of the service-demand request for eligible adults meeting the state statutory definition for services from the division of developmental disabilities as determined by the division, including age, Medicaid eligibility and agency selection placement with a list of the services provided, and the reasons for the determinations of ineligibility for those cases denied.

The department shall also provide, monthly, the number of individuals in a shared-living arrangement and how many may have returned to a 24-hour residential placement in that month. The department shall also report, monthly, any and all information for the consent decree that has been submitted to the federal court as well as the number of unduplicated individuals employed; the place of employment; and the number of hours working.

The department shall also provide the amount of funding allocated to individuals above the assigned resource levels; the number of individuals and the assigned resource level; and the reasons for the approved additional resources. The department will also collect and forward to the house fiscal advisor, the senate fiscal advisor, and the state budget officer, by November 1 of each year, the annual cost reports for each community-based provider for the prior fiscal year.

The department shall also provide the amount of patient liability to be collected and the amount collected as well as the number of individuals who have a financial obligation.

The department will also provide a list of community-based providers awarded an advanced payment for residential and community-based day programs; the address for each property; and the value of the advancement. If the property is sold, the department must report the final sale, including the purchaser, the value of the sale, and the name of the agency that operated the facility. If residential property, the department must provide the number of individuals residing in the home at the time of sale and identify the type of residential placement that the individual(s) will be moving to. The department must report if the property will continue to be licensed as a residential facility. The department will also report any newly licensed twenty-four hour (24) group home; the provider operating the facility; and the number of individuals residing in the facility.

Prior to December 1, 2017, the department will provide the authorizations for community-based and day program, including the unique number of individuals eligible to receive the services and at the end of each month the unique number of individuals who participated in the programs and claims processed.

History of Section.
(P.L. 2000, ch. 55, art. 31, § 2; P.L. 2001, ch. 77, art. 28, § 1; P.L. 2016, ch. 142, art. 7, § 8; P.L. 2017, ch. 302, art. 9, § 7.)