Service Provider Contact Info
DSP Job Opportunities
DSP Competency-Based Training and Longevity Add-On
Provider Supports Team Contacts
|2020 Independent Provider Meeting Schedule||2020 Agency Provider Meeting Schedule|
Complying with Employment Record Requirements
for DD Provider Agencies: click below to see PowerPoint
State and Federal Employment Laws
If you are a certified provider and would like to be added to our provider contact list for Greene County, please send a copy of your certification approval letter from DODD, as well as your contact information, including your name/name of agency, address, phone number, and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org. The information you share will be added to our local provider database and service request contact list which will help us connect you with individuals looking for a provider. Thank you for your interest in working in Greene County!
Note: It is very important to keep your Provider Profile up to date with DODD, as Individuals are also encouraged to use DODD's Provider Search to locate providers. To review your information or to make changes to your profile, please log in to your user account at dodd.ohio.gov, and update your demographic information.
Click HERE to learn more about becoming an Independent Provider.
Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) help people with developmental disabilities live, learn, work and play in their communities. To learn more about being a DSP, and to connect with job opportunities, go to DSPohio.org
*Note: Becoming a certified provider does not mean that the provider is an employee of the State of Ohio, the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD), or the local County Board of Developmental Disabilities. An Independent Provider is a self-employed person who is certified to provide Home and Community Based Waiver services in the DD system in Ohio. Independent providers must be the provider of the services and cannot employ, either directly or indirectly or through contract, anyone else to provide the services. For questions about the certification process, please contact our Provider Development Coordinator, Susan Collar, at email@example.com.
- Entering Claims in eMBS
- Claims Processing Cycle
- Provider Weekly Reports
- How to run the enrolled PAWS report
- How to run the PAWS confirmation report
- PAWS utilization report for providers
- How to run the non-denied claims report
- How to Fix Billing Mistake
- Independent Provider Overtime Information
For tracking of unusual Incidents, you need to maintain an unusual Incident log for each month, for each individual you work with. Even if there are no incidents to report, you will need to have a log completed to show you are mindful of the tracking. See the UIR log below.
You are required to notify our Investigative Agent of incidents semi-annually. You will need to send a report (included below) for January 1st through June 30th, and then one for July 1st through December 31st. Please email completed reports to firstname.lastname@example.org. For any questions about incident reporting and associated responsibilities, please also email our Investigative Agent at email@example.com.
- UIR Form (Use Adobe Reader to fill-in form on your PC or Tablet)
- UIR Log
- Incident Reporting Guidelines
- Independent MUI Annual Report
- Agency MUI Annual Report
Direct service providers who provide homemaker/personal care services to someone with developmental disabilities can earn up to $1 more per hour after two years of experience and 60 additional hours of training. Learn more about the Competency-Based Training and Longevity Add-On in this PDF: Competency-Based, Training and Longevity Add-On
If you are currently a provider serving individuals in Greene County, or are a resident of Greene County seeking DODD provider certification, Greene County Board of DD is able to complete your background check for free. To register for a Background check, click here. If you have questions about the process, please email Cindy Nava at firstname.lastname@example.org. If we are unable to accommodate your scheduling needs, the Attorney General’s webpage, www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov, contains a search function to find other locations that complete background checks.
- Agency provider background and registry checks help sheet
- ARCs and Rapback FAQ
- Disqualifying Offense Affadavit
DODD Provider Support Center
Opt.2- Claims Services and Billing
Opt.3 – certification
Opt.4 – security/technical issues