As 2016 draws to a close, we remember all the experiences we have had. Whether these moments have been good, bad or in-between, 2016 was another year we were able to have these experiences, build relationships, and spend time doing the things we love.
It's hard to believe that 2016 is almost over and 2017 is just on the horizon. Next year is sure to be full of happiness, joy, and a lot of fun. More Than You See 2017 will be a night you don't want to miss full of all these things - March 31, 2017!
Join us in congratulating Chris Sparks, Executive Director, on celebrating 25 years with EPI!
Qualified Charitable Distributions are now a permanent part of the tax code as a result of legislation passed by Congress a year ago. We will give you a quick idea of how this charitable giving tool could benefit you.*
There is no better way to celebrate the holidays than by giving to others. The feeling you get when watching someone open the perfect gift you found or knowing you gave a gift to someone who wouldn't normally receive one is heartwarming and hard to match.
As a field we are in the midst of massive and continuous change, each item challenging individually but truly overwhelming when taken as a whole. It is important to note that not all of these are bad, in fact some of them are both welcome and exciting, but they still represent significant challenges that make our professional lives stressful.
Thursday, June 16, 2016, is the last day to change your MCO for any reason.
Because of my previous work experience, and the impact of DSPs that I see here at EPI every day, I have a deep respect and appreciation for those who choose to work as DSPs.
Share your experience with Medicaid Privatization by attending the Cedar Falls Medicaid Listening Post and by taking the online survey.
Proposed DOL Overtime Exemption Rule is Simply Solving the Wrong Problem
Creating new issues in its wake
This regulation, threatens to be the straw that breaks the camel's back for many providers like EPI who are already seriously challenged by a myriad of federal, state, and local unfunded mandates.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have approved - with a delay - the IA Health Link managed care program. Coverage will begin for all members transitioning to the IA Health Link on April 1, 2016.
In a generous bargain sale, John Pedersen, Frank Dowie, III, and Mac McCausland, owners of the 8,085-square-foot PDCM Insurance building on University Avenue, have sold the building to Exceptional Persons, Inc.
IA Health Link has submitted a new timeline as follows:
“This is a win – win – win situation. You win as an organization, we win as an organization, and our residents win from the interaction of a caring, service attitude that our employees, your clients create which is what community is about.” - Kris Hansen, CEO of Western Home Communities
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