Council efforts on regulatory matters

The Providers' Council works on regulatory matters at the state and federal level on behalf of its members. The latest information about regulatory matters will appear here.

State issues administrative bulletins for human services

The state issued two administrative bulletins for human services programs on Monday, July 13 regarding adult day health services and day habilitation services. Copies of the bulletins can be found below. Any questions about the bulletins may be directed to Bill Yelenak at the Providers’ Council. Administrative Bulletin 20-72: 101 CMR 310.00: Adult Day Health

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Council submits testimony on seven regulations

The Providers’ Council on Friday, May 15 submitted testimony on seven Chapter 257 rates, including: 101 CMR 414.00, Rates for Family Stabilization Services 101 CMR 412.00, Rates for Family Transitional Support Services 101 CMR 346.00, Rates for Certain Substance-related and Addictive Disorders Programs 101 CMR 424.00, Rates for Certain Developmental and Support Services 101 CMR 411.00, Rates for Certain Placement, Support,

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Department of Unemployment Assistance building on Staniford Street

Council, members comment on draft EMAC waiver

A number of human services executives, business group officials and membership association leaders told the Department of Unemployment Assistance on Monday that changes are needed to the recently released draft regulations creating an EMAC Supplement Hardship Waiver.

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Council submits comments on BRC changes

The Providers’ Council submitted comments regarding proposed changes to background record checks procedures at the Department of Early Education and Care on Friday, January 19, 2018.

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