Department of Aging - State-Funded PASSPORT Program - PASSPORT program (state-funded component): introduction and definitions.


Published: 2018-11-01

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(A) Introduction: Chapter 173-40 of the Administrative Code regulates the state-funded component of the PASSPORT program created under section 173.522 of the Revised Code. (See Chapter 173-42 of the Administrative Code for rules on the medicaid-funded component of the PASSPORT program.)

(B) Definitions for this chapter:

"Authorized representative" has the same meaning as in rule 5160-1-33 of the Administrative Code.

"Form ODA1115" means "form ODA1115 'Financial Assessment Worksheet' (rev. November 1, 2018)." ODA publishes the form on www.aging.ohio.gov. It is available to the general public at no cost.

"Form ODA1116" means "form ODA1116 'Enrollment Agreement' (September, 2011)." ODA publishes the form on www.aging.ohio.gov. It is available to the general public at no cost.

"Form ODA1117" means "form ODA1117 'Notice of Proposed Action and Opportunity for Hearing' (rev. April, 2012)." ODA publishes the form on www.aging.ohio.gov. It is available to the general public at no cost.

"ODA" means "the Ohio department of aging.

"ODA's designee" has the same meaning as in rule 173-39-01 of the Administrative Code.

"ODM" means "the Ohio department of medicaid."

"ODM's administrative agency" has the same meaning as "administrative agency" in rule 5160:1-1-01 of the Administrative Code.

"Person-centered services plan" means the written outline of the services that a case manager authorizes a provider to provide to an individual, regardless of the funding source for those services. It includes the person-centered planning in rule 5160-44-02 of the Administrative Code.