To be an Agency Provider
An agency provider is an entity that directly employs a chief executive officer (CEO) and at least one other person for the purpose of providing services to people with developmental disabilities.
Below are some requirements of agency providers and the chief executive officer (CEO).
For more requirements see rule
5123:2-2-01 Provider Certification.
The agency must
- Be a for-profit corporation, non-profit corporation, limited liability company, or limited liability partnership.
- Have an employer identification number from the IRS.
- Have an employer identification number from the bureau of workers' compensation.
- Have comprehensive general liability insurance in the amount of at least five hundred thousand dollars.
- Have established internal system to ensure compliance with requirements for providers, employees, and contractors.
- This includes things like background checks, certification, service delivery, documentation, and billing for services.
- Employ a CEO (or another person designated in writing by the CEO) that will be actively involved in the day-to-day operation of the agency and oversee the provision of services.
The CEO must
Steps to becoming an Agency Provider
Initial Overview (Orientation for Agency Providers)
online training. This orientation for agency providers is required for certification.
for technology requirements for viewing the training.