DHS Offering Webinar with Preliminary Results of Adult Day Study

The Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) is working on a couple of studies funded by legislation passed in 2017 that authorized the beginning of a process for updating Elderly Waiver rates. One of those studies has a focus on Adult Day Services, including how it is licensed and paid for in other states. 

Navigant Consulting is conducting the study for DHS. Work on the project began in April and will conclude in November. The study includes a stakeholder group made up of adult day providers and association staff. 

DHS will offer a webinar on Wednesday, Sept. 12 from 1 p.m. – 2p.m.  to share preliminary findings from the study with all interested adult day services providers. No registration is required. Simply log-in and call-in with the information below: 

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Meeting number (access code): 592 602 535

DHS will issue a report to the Legislature with findings and recommendations by January 2019.

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