The original deadline for the Clubhouse Request for Responses deadline was Sunday, September 30, but the Department of Mental Health has moved that deadline to Friday, October 12.
Join the Providers' Council, Public Consulting Group and Hub Strategies for a forum on ACOs, ICOs and the future of human services on October 24 at Plymouth Church in Framingham.
Department of Public Health Commissioner John Auerbach announced his resignation on Monday, September 17.
The Providers' Council is moving from 250 Summer St. to our new office at 88 Broad St. in Boston.
As we remember the tragic events of September 11, 2001, we would like to take a moment to commemorate and give thanks to all those who serve our country and our community.
The Providers' Council will be moving to 88 Broad St., Boston, MA 02210 starting on Thursday, Sept. 14. Due to the move, we will be closed for business on Friday, Sept. 15, but will do our best to respond to any inquiries we receive at our earliest convenience. We have an assortment of office furniture, technology, and other items available for donation. See what they are and contact us with any questions or to request to pick them up!
The State Primary Election is on Thursday, September 6 -- just one week away! The Providers' Council and CareVote would like to remind you to vote!
The Providers' Council has a full training calendar for the remainder of 2012. Learn how you or your colleagues can receive training from the Providers' Council.
The Executive Office of Health and Human Services issued a press release on Thursday, August 23 regarding the dual eligibles initiative. Please read it below.
Our national partner, Nonprofit VOTE, routinely holds free voter education webinars for nonprofits.
Applications are still being accepted for our graduate-level Certificate in Nonprofit Human Service Management program at Clark University. But hurry! Space is limited and the deadline to apply is Friday, August 24.
On Tuesday afternoon, the Executive Office of Health and Human Services issued a RFR for a joint DMH/DCF Residential procurement known as Caring Together. Information on the procurement is available on Comm-PASS or below on our website.
The Providers' Council received notice from the Executive Office of Health and Human Services that they are proceeding with establishing the FY 2013 Salary Reserve in accordance with the language in the FY 13 Conference Budget that you helped to secure for human service workers! Find out what your agency must do to apply for Salary Reserve funds.
Each year, the Council’s board reviews our strategic plan and notes our highlights. Directors requested that we share our progress related to our Five-Point Agenda for Human Service Reform to support your organization in fulfilling its mission.
After an exhaustive and careful deliberation, the Health Care Conference Committee -- led by Representative Steven Walsh and Senator Richard Moore -- has reached an agreement on Health Care Cost Containment legislation, more commonly known as the "Payment Reform Bill." At almost 350 pages, the bill is considerable in both its scope and ambition. It will create a more efficient, more accountable, and more transparent health care system.
Don't miss your chance to connect with organization leaders and workers at New England's largest human services convention & expo!
The Senate voted unanimously Thursday to override Governor Deval Patrick's veto of the Salary Reserve. As the House voted to override the Governor's veto on Tuesday, this completes the override process and secures a $20 million annualized salary increase for our sector's dedicated direct care workers.
The House voted unanimously on Tuesday afternoon to override Governor Deval Patrick’s veto of the Human Services Salary Reserve. Governor Patrick vetoed the $20 million Salary Reserve on July 8.
Rep. David Linsky has sent a letter to House Speaker Robert DeLeo, asking him to override Governor Deval Patrick's veto of the Salary Reserve. The letter has the support of 108 representatives, nearly 70 percent of the House. Rep. Linsky plans to send the letter to Speaker DeLeo on Monday, July 16.