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Committee Details

Special Committee
Exceptional Support Waiver Services Task Force

Jurisdiction

Study and make recommendations for (1) new exceptional support service and payment models that will allow waiver service providers to provide the level of care necessary to support high-intensity individuals through examining cost data from direct service providers when evaluating payment models; (2) creating efficiencies within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to ensure that participants receive high-quality exceptional supports when they are needed without delay or interruption; (3) creating efficiencies within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services that support quality care and outcomes; (4) which critical outcomes can be measured and used to improve the exceptional support service model; and (5) how federal, state, and local resources are being used to optimize these outcomes and identify where resources can be better coordinated or redirected to meet the needs of high-intensity waiver participants in the state.

Citizen Members

  • David Allgood - Member
  • LeeAnn Creech - Member
  • Thomas Laurino - Member
  • Lisa Lee - Member
  • Wendy Morris - Member
  • Bob Napolilli - Member
  • Brad Schneider - Member
  • Steve Shannon - Member
  • Amy Staed - Member
  • Brenda Wylie - Member
  • Bonnie Thorson Young - Member
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Staff

  • Chris Joffrion
  • Hillary Abbott - Committee Assistant