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HCBS Transition Planning

Relevant Documents

Provider Remediation Plans

Now that the provider self-assessment process has been completed and the State has completed its initial review of provider remediation plans, the Utah HCBS Setting Transition Plan identifies additional action items.

  1. The State will provide guidance within 60 calendar days of the receipt of Provider Remediation Plans that do not fully demonstrate how compliance will be achieved.
  2. For providers that had a site validation visit conducted, there may be an amended or updated Remediation Plan attached as a result of the visit and/or policy review.

  3. Providers are given the opportunity to remediate issues and come into compliance within timeframes agreed upon by the provider and the State.

Completion of the revised Remediation Plan is mandatory and must be completed and returned to the State via within 30 days of notification.

For technical assistance or further information on the Provider Remediation plans email:

New Provider Attestation Form

Any new providers and locations delivering HCBS must be in compliance with the Settings Rule prior to the delivery of Medicaid HCBS services. New Medicaid providers will be required to supply one (or both) of the following attestations depending on what settings they operate:

  1. Non-Residential Attestation Form
  2. Residential Attestation Form

Provider Compliance Tools

  1. Provider Remediation Plan

    During the months of January and February of 2018, providers were emailed their self-assessment results and all the settings they will need to complete a remediation plan for. Remediation plan templates were generated for each setting specifying which self-assessment indicators required additional information or a corrective action plan to demonstrate compliance.

    1. SE Provider Letter HCBS Settings Self-Assessment Report
    2. Document 1 (Instructions) State Self-Assessment Report and Remediation Plan Non Residential
    3. Document 1 (Instructions) State Self-Assessment Report and Remediation Plan Residential
    4. Settings Transition and Remediation Plan Presentation 2.12.18.pptx

    Remediation Plans are setting specific; all responses must be submitted on the provided template. If settings have questions or need the template re-sent to them, email

    Remediation plans can be submitted at:

    Facsimile: (801) 323-1588
    Mail: Bureau of Authorization and Community Based Services
    Attn: HCBS Settings Transition
    P.O. Box 143112
    Salt Lake City, UT 84114-3112
  2. HCBS Settings Provider Self-Assement Tools
  3. During the week of April 25th, 2016 providers were mailed letters outlining all of the settings that they will need to complete a self-assessment for. The State identified Residential and Non-Residential sites that were known. Providers will be expected to complete the appropriate survey for any setting they manage and to provide information about locations that they no longer have.

    1. Copy of the Letter Mailed to all Waiver Providers with Settings Identified for Review
    2. Provider Self-Assessment Survey - Residential (PDF)
    3. Provider Self-Assessment Survey - Residential (Excel)
    4. Provider Self-Assessment Survey - Non-Residential (PDF)
    5. Provider Self-Assessment Survey - Non-Residential (Excel)
    6. Self-Assessment Instructions
    7. Settings Transition Presentation Slides (From Stakeholder Meetings)
    8. Sample Self Assessment

Submitted Transition Plan and Related Documents

  1. Submitted Transition Plan and Public Comments
    1. Utah Statewide HCBS Transition Plan - Submitted to CMS 3/17/2015
    2. Summary of Public Comments - First Draft
    3. Summary of Public Comments - Second Draft
  2. Draft Transition Plans
    1. Draft Transition Plan - October 22, 2014
    2. Draft Transition Plan - February 2, 2015
    3. Draft Transition Plan - January 29, 2016

Systemic Assessment

  1. Settings Crosswalk/Systemic Assessment
    1. List of Admin Rules/Policies Reviewed by the Department for Compliance)
  2. Documents to Accompany Systemic Assessment
    1. Currently Approved Acquired Brain Injury Waiver Implementation Plan
    2. Currently Approved Aging Waiver Implementation Plan
    3. Currently Approved Community Supports Waiver Implementation Plan
    4. Currently Approved Medicaid Autism Waiver Implementation Plan
    5. Currently Approved Medically Complex Children's Waiver Implementation Plan
    6. Currently Approved New Choices Waiver Implementation Plan
    7. Currently Approved Physical Disabilities Waiver Implementation Plan
    8. Currently Approved Technology Dependent Waiver Implementation Plan
    9. DSPD Contract Requirements

Stakeholder Meetings

  1. Workgroup Meetings
    1. Documents for Workgroup Meeting on April 3, 2018 (Non-residential Integration)
    2. Documents for Workgroup Meeting on April 10, 2018 (Modifications and Restrictions)
    3. Documents for Workgroup Meeting on on April 17, 2018 (Residential Integration)
    4. Documents for Workgroup Meeting on May 1, 2018 (Heightened Scrutiny)
  2. Focus Group Meetings
    1. Documents for Focus Group Meeting on June 5, 2018 (Adult Day Care Settings)
    2. Documents for Focus Group Meeting on June 19, 2018 (NCW, Residential Settings)
    3. Documents for Focus Group Meeting on June 26, 2018 (DSPD, Day Program Settings)
    4. Documents for Focus Group Meeting on July 3, 2018 (Employment, Non Residential settings)
    5. Documents for Focus Group Meeting on July 10, 2018 (DSPD, Residential Settings)
    6. Documents for Focus Group Meeting on August 28, 2018 (Person Centered Care Plan)
    7. Documents for Focus Group Meeting on September 11, 2018 (Modifications and Restrictions)
  3. Other Stakeholder Meetings
    1. Documents for Open Meeting on August 20, 2018 (Center-Based Employment)

Settings Reports

  1. Initial Provider Compliance report

External Resources

  1. Final Rule from CMS
  2. Summary of Key Provisions in the Final Rule
  3. An Advocate's Guide to Consumer Rights in Medicaid HCBS
  4. Transition Planning Resources