Efficient Operations

Financial Management

The primary responsibility of the fiscal function is to maintain a positive cash flow to ensure all programs operate effectively. Each month the Board is presented with financial reports showing planned and actual revenue, expenses and projections for the remainder of the year. This enables the Board members and Board managers to identify potential cash shortfalls and make any needed adjustments.

The fiscal function is also responsible for the routine day-to-day activities of making deposits, paying bills, coordinating with county officials, managing payroll and overseeing the purchasing responsibilities and IT Services.

The Greene County Board of Developmental Disabilities operates on a 3.5 mill five year tax levy.  The levy was last on the ballot and passed by voters in 2018.  The levy accounts for 90% of the Boards revenue and allows people with disabilities to live, work and lead meaningful lives in Greene County.  The state provides 1%, while 9% comes from Medicaid and other federal reimbursements.

Charts for 2020 Projected Revenue and 2020 Budgeted Expenses are available here..


Medicaid Waiver/Local Funds Administration

The County Board of DD administers three Medicaid Waiver Programs, the Individual Options, Self-Empowering Life Funding and the Level One Waivers. Our Medicaid Department oversees the enrollment/disenrollment process, monitors local Waiver capacity, individual funding ranges, and provider reimbursement for services rendered. The administration of Medicaid Programs requires abidance by all terms and conditions set forth in the federally-approved waiver documents including any appendices and attachments, related sections of the Revised Code, and administrative rules promulgated by the Ohio department of Medicaid.

In addition to the administration of Medicaid funds, this department manages the Family Support Services Program and allocates, tracks, and processes the local levy dollar that available for all Board non-Waiver Programs.


Human Resources

The Human Resources department helps the organization reach its goals by balancing the needs and goals of both the Board and the employees while being fiscally responsible to the taxpayers.

The HR department assesses staffing needs, coordinates and maintains mandatory state certification for all required employees, assists with business analysis and process improvement, ensures compliance with policy and regulations, and assists managers with performance counseling.

The Human Resources department is key in implementing the most recent health and safety rules for our staff.  The individuals our staff serve require strict attention to health and safety issues.  Continual training is essential for our staff to be efficient and work in a safe manner.

Lastly, the HR department is responsible for making sure a final candidate for a position, goes through a thorough background check through Ohio Bureau of Investigations, registry checks of the DD Abuse Registry, State Nurses Registry, Sex Offender Registry, OIG Fraud Registry, Government Entity Exclusion Registry, Offender Registry and the Ohio Department of Medicaid Provider Exclusion and Suspension List.  The final candidate must also have a medical exam and drug screen prior to being hired.


Facilities Management

The Board operates its programs from three facilities, one which is owned by the Board and two which are leased.

 

Myra Jackson
Director Finance & Administration Division
245 N. Valley Road
Xenia, Ohio 45385
Ph: (937) 562-6500
Fax: (937) 562-6520