DHS Continues to Work on Delayed Care Center Rate Notices for Rural Providers

This week, the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) updated us on the status of care center rate notices for the year that began on Jan. 1. While metro-area care center rate notices went out a little over a month ago, most rural care center notices have not gone out. Many of them are still not close to being finalized.

DHS reports that five rural care centers have received their 2022 rate notice and that seven more should be posted soon. The 228 other greater Minnesota care centers are in various stages of the audit process and are not expected to have rate notices until July at the earliest.

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