HARRISBURG, Pa., April 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- KEPRO announced today that the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) has awardedits contract to KEPRO for the expansion of the Personal Care Program that serves West Virginia's Medicaid members.
The West Virginia Personal Care Program is designed to assist eligible members perform activities
"We look forward to expanding our services for West Virginia's Personal Care Program," said KEPRO President and CEO Joseph A. Dougher. "This is a great program and KEPRO will provide consistent and timely eligibility assessments to ensure members receive the appropriate level of Personal Care services to meet their needs and enhance their quality of life."
KEPRO currently reviews all requests for Personal Care services to determine eligibility and service level, in addition to housing the Personal Care CareConnectionİ (electronic record) system, providing technical assistance and performing monthly reporting on the Personal Care Program. With this contract award, KEPRO will now also conduct all initial and re-evaluation assessments for the program's eligibility and service level determinations for the 8,000 West Virginia DHHR members served.
KEPRO will begin preparing for the new and re-evaluation assessments on May 1.
To learn more about the services and solutions KEPRO offers in West Virginia, visit http://wvaso.kepro.com/.
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Media Contact: Jamie Kopko, Director of Corporate Communications, JKopko@Kepro.com, 717.564.8288 x7076
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