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Our Future!
The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DD) continues to improve our system. This is in response to national trends and local needs.
DD ​Rate Reform
The Division is working to assess and improve Nebraska's current Medicaid Waiver rate structure to ensure appropriate reimbursement. Information can be found on our rate reform page. This page will continue to be updated as the process continues and we want to ensure that you, our stakeholders, have the most recent information.
Regulation Drafts for Public Comment
The Division is in the process of writing new regulations. 
For more information on the process and how you can be involved, please see the public comment page
National Core Indicators (NCI) 
We want to improve services in Nebraska. Nebraska is participating in a National Core Indicators (NCI) project survey that assesses the quality of life for adults receiving services from the Division. We encourage you to check our our NCI website, hosted by Monroe-Meyer Institute. Your opinions and feedback can help!
NCI surveyors may be contacting you to participate in the survey. More details are available on these FAQs.
If you are an adult receiving DD services, or someone in your family receives DD services, read our announcement to find out more!
Current Initiatives 
DD uses Medicaid funds to provide services to participants via Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Waivers. DD works with the Division of Medicaid and Long-Term Care (MLTC) to provide oversight for services. Medicaid Initiatives are joint efforts between DD and MLTC to comply with Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requirements.
DD is currently involved in one Medicaid Initiative. To learn more:

HCBS State Transition Plan is in response to the final rule for Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services effective March 17, 2014. The Nebraska state plan is expected to be completed in March 2019.   

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