According to the Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA), the Notice of Intent (NOI) Application will open on Monday, November 2nd and will remain opened until necessary in order to conduct system and/or document updates.
The Homemaker NOI is the process Home Care agencies must complete if they are interested in contracting with the State’s network of 26 Aging Services Access Points (ASAPs) to provide Homemaker and Personal Care services through the “State Home Care program.”
The posting for approved providers will be completed within 4-6 weeks of the submitted Application.
This link brings you to an update found on the NOI Announcements page:
Existing providers will need to confirm/update corporate data within their approved Application if any data has changed. If a Provider’s information is staying the same, no action needs to be taken. The EOEA will keep rejected NOI Applications available for 90 days from the rejection date for purposes of re-submission. Otherwise, a new application will need to be created and submitted.
For any providers that were previously rejected in FY 15 and did not re-submit a rejected NOI Application within the 90-day period, they must create/submit a new FY 16 Application.
Please note the NOI Announcements page includes a link to the MassHealth FEW Provider Enrollment documents, including an overview document.
Return to www.thinkhomecare.org.