Or. Admin. R. 309-019-0280 - Supported Employment Providers
(1) To be eligible for Medicaid or State General Fund reimbursement, supported employment services shall be provided only by those providers meeting the following minimum qualifications:
(a) The provider shall hold and maintain a current certificate under OAR chapter 309, division 008 issued by the Division for the purpose of providing behavioral health treatment services; and
(b) A provider certified to provide supported employment services shall be reviewed annually for fidelity adherence by the Division approved reviewer and achieve a minimum score of 100 on the fidelity scale. Providers may not bill Medicaid or use general funds unless they are subject to an annual fidelity review by the Division approved reviewer:
(A) The Division approved reviewer shall forward a copy of the annual fidelity review report to the Division and provide a copy of the review to the provider;
(B) The provider shall forward a copy of the annual fidelity review report to the appropriate CCO.
(2) To be eligible for Medicaid reimbursement, supported employment services shall be provided by a certified supported employment provider.
(3) A provider holding a certificate of approval under OAR chapter 309, division 008 may request the addition of IPS supported employment services to their certificate of approval via the procedure outlined in OAR 309-008-0400 and 309-008-1000(1):
(a) In addition to application materials required in OAR chapter 309, division 008, and this rule, the provider shall also submit to the Division a letter of support that indicates receipt of technical assistance and training from the Division approved supported employment reviewer;
(b) New providers of IPS supported employment services shall submit a letter to the Division that indicates the intention to implement a high-fidelity IPS supported employment program.
Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 413.042
Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 430.630
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