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    Rates and Invoices

    CCS and Providers​ > Rates

    The DDA maintains a system of rates which are used both by participants self-directing their services, and by providers, to be reimbursed for various services. The DDA is in the process of transitioning its rate model from a prospective-payment system to a fee-for-service (FFS) payment system. Rate research and advice for the FFS system is provided by the Rate Review Advisory Group (RRAG), which includes both MDH staff and public stakeholders.

    Rate Revi​ew Advisory Gr​​oup

    Medicaid R​ate Transmittal - Medicaid Waiver Programs Operated by the DDA 

    PCIS2 R​​a​tes

    FY24 Waiver Procedure Code and Rate Charts

    FY23 Waiv​er Procedure Code and Rate Charts

    FY22 Waiver Procedure C​ode and Rate Charts

    FY21 Waiver Procedure Code and Rate Charts

    FY20 Waiver Procedure Code and Rate Charts

    Contribution To Care (CTC) Invoices

    2017 Rate-Settin​g​ Study​

    During the 2014 Legislative Session, the legislature tasked the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) with developing and implementing a new funding system for the distribution of federal and state funds to community-based service providers. ​The DDA released a report on November 3, 2017 following a two-year developmental disabilities service provider rate setting study. The purpose of the study was to establish a fair and equitable rate system for services provided to Marylanders with developmental disabilities.

    If you have questions, please email RateStudyInfo.DDA@maryland.gov.

    Older Resour​ces

    ​These are links to older resources which are maintained for reference purposes. For the most current version of all rate-related information, please see the items above.​​​​

    ​​Medicaid R​ate Transmittal - Medicaid Waiver Programs Operated by the DDA