Who We Are
The Alliance of TBI & NHTD Waiver Providers is a not for profit organization comprised of Traumatic Brain Injury & Nursing Home Transition and Diversion Waiver providers, non-waiver provider organizations, and individuals who are interested in supporting the Alliance’s mission. Our goal is to partner with other organizations, individuals, and their family members in order to provide valuable input regarding the best practice utilization of Medicaid programs.
In addition to advocating on behalf of more than 300 providers statewide, The Alliance is a recognized source of reliable information about the TBI & NHTD waivers for waiver providers, participants, caregivers, and other interested stakeholders.
The Alliance promotes collaborations with all stakeholders to increase awareness regarding the value, success, and cost effectiveness of the Home and Community Based Services TBI and NHTD waiver programs.
The Alliance’s mission is to strengthen, unite, and advocate on behalf of New York State Department of Health’s TBI & NHTD waiver providers to ensure the quality, cost effectiveness, and continuity of the TBI & NHTD waiver programs.
Advantages and Requirements of Membership The Alliance offers
The Alliance advocates aggressively and mindfully on behalf of its membership to state and federal regulatory agencies and elected officials to address concerns, issues, and questions regarding current waiver programs and proposed changes. We do not stop until we have the answers.
The Alliance provides education and information to members that assist them in navigating and understanding the ever-changing health care delivery system in NYS. Whether its waiver regulations, policy changes, reimbursement issues, or workforce requirements; we analyze and provide information to members in such a way that allows them to take the needed steps to adapt, comply, and succeed.
The Alliance provides timely information to members via phone conferences and monthly updates. Additionally, we provide email alerts as we are made aware of important information. FAQ’s and other documents are developed and posted in our Members Only website section. These documents provide members easy-to-understand information that may be distributed to their staff. Lastly, we are available via email or phone to assist providers with their specific questions and issues.
Regional meetings provide members the opportunity to build a network of support, address concerns, share ideas, and raise awareness regarding region specific issues. The TBI & NHTD provider directory allows agencies to easily reach out to one another.
Members receive a discounted price for Alliance annual conference, webinars, and other trainings offered.
We ask that all members commit to the Alliance’s mission, vision, values, and pay annual membership dues to help advance our mission and vision.
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We ask that all members commit to the Alliance’s mission, vision and values and pay annual membership dues to help advance our mission and vision.