Provider Main Page
Welcome to the provider page for the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD). We are here to help you, our providers!
Please check out the page links on the left to meet your specific needs, whether you are interested in becoming a provider or are currently serving DD participants as an independent or agency provider.
DD Provider Handbook
- An overview for DD providers, including their role in serving participants, what is expected, and how to bill for services.
DD Service Directory - Full service descriptions including definitions, limits, frequency, duration, provider types, and provider qualifications for DD services under the submitted HCBS Waivers.
DD Rate Reform
The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) 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 of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) is in the process of writing new regulations. We are not yet in an “official” public comment period, but are providing working drafts for stakeholder review on a public comment page. The working draft will continue to change as input is received. We want to ensure that you, our stakeholders, have maximum opportunity to review and make suggestions.
Waiver Application for Public Comment DDD is working with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to determine Nebraska's HCBS waivers for DD services. The public comment period has ended for the renewal of the 4154 Comprehensive DD Services waiver, the renewal of 0394 DD Day Services waiver, AND the amendment to the 4154 Comprehensive DD Services waiver. Details can be found on the Public Comment webpage.
Information for all providers of DD services. Stay informed on new and recent developments.
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