Agency provider definition

Agency provider means an entity that employs persons for the purpose of providing services for which the entity must be certified under rules adopted by the department.
Agency provider means a licensed home care agency or a licensed home health agency having a contract to provide long-term care personal care services to you in your own home.

Examples of Agency provider in a sentence

  • This clarification directs that: 1) There is only one designated Medical Director for the Hospice Agency (provider number).


More Definitions of Agency provider

Agency provider means a licensed and/or ADSA certi- fied business who is contracted with ADSA or a county to provide DDD services (e.g., personal care, respite care, resi- dential services, therapy, nursing, employment, etc.).
Agency provider means a provider, certified or licensed by the department that employs staff to deliver services to individuals and who may subcontract the delivery of services. "Agency provider" includes a county board while the county board is providing specialized services.
Agency provider means an entity, including a county board of mental retardation and developmental disabilities, that employs persons for the purpose of providing services for which the entity must be certified under this rule.
Agency provider means an individual employed by an agency, who provides CHCPE services to individuals participating in the CHCPE;
Agency provider means an entity that must be certified by the department to provide supported living services in accordance with section 5123.161 of the Revised Code.