The Providers’ Council is hiring a summer intern to assist Council staff in supporting our agenda and communications with our diverse membership.
Senator Karen Spilka is leading the charge to include a Salary Reserve for low-paid human service workers in the Senate budget, but she needs our help to secure as many co-sponsors as possible by the end of the day tomorrow.
The Department of Children & Families informed the Providers' Council on Monday, May 13 that certain decisions have been made in regards to the DCF/DMH Caring Together RFR.
Are you looking to advance your education in a way that's directly related to your career in human services? Attend the Council's information session for our certificate programs in conjunction with Suffolk and Clark universities.
On Wednesday, May 1, the Providers’ Council held a seminar on Third Party Billing and Corporate Compliance at the Hogan Center at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester.
Propose a workshop for our 38th Annual Convention and Expo on November 6th.
The Providers' Council just received word that Executive Office of Health and Human Services Secretary John W. Polanowicz has named Olga Roche as acting commissioner for the Department of Children and Families. Check out the full announcement from Secretary Polanowicz...
Tomorrow is the deadline to register for our Third Party Billing and Corporate Compliance Seminar, taking place next Wednesday, May 1 in Worcester.
Just minutes after midnight last night, the House of Representatives approved a consolidated amendment that includes a one-time $7.5 million rate reserve payment for "private human and social service providers" and a one-time $7.5 million rate reserve payment for "early education and care providers."
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) invites you to a "Getting Minority Communities Covered" stakeholder call.
The thoughts and prayers of everyone at the Providers' Council are with the victims of Monday's tragedy at the Boston Marathon and their friends and families.
The Providers' Council received notice on Friday, April 12 that EOHHS will annualize the FY '13 Salary Reserve.
Representative David Linsky on Friday filed an amendment to include a $16.6 million Salary Reserve in the FY '14 budget, with more than 75 of his House colleagues co-sponsoring it.
Providers' Council President & CEO Michael Weekes and three Council members testified on Thursday, April 11 in support of legislation that would allow human services organizations and employees to access the Group Insurance Commission.
The Providers' Council will host a seminar on third party billing and corporate compliance on Wednesday, May 1 at the Hogan Center at the College of the Holy Cross.
The Providers' Council and The Caring Force issued the following press release regarding the planned Caring Force rally on April 9.
The Providers' Council hosted its Innovation Forward seminar at the Beechwood Hotel in Worcester on April 3, featuring keynote speaker Travis McCready, vice president of program at The Boston Foundation, and experts in social innovation.
The Providers' Council's Board of Directors elected new officers and directors during its Annual Business Meeting at Beechwood Hotel in Worcester on Wednesday morning.
Join the Providers' Council for its upcoming Certificate in Supervision Series, which will begin on April 11 at Eliot Community Human Services' training space in Framingham.