Consumer-Directed Attendant Care (CDAC) Services for Providers
In the Home- and Community-Based Services (HCBS) waiver program of Iowa Medicaid, there is an opportunity for people to have help in their own homes. Consumer-Directed Attendant Care (CDAC) services are designed to help people do things they normally would for themselves if they were able. People may reach a point where they need help to remain in their own home. This may happen because of an accident, a lengthy illness, disability, or aging problems. A person may consider hiring a CDAC assistant. Do you have the patience, caring, dependability, and training or experience it takes to help someone in his or her own home? If so, you can enroll and become a CDAC provider. Read more about being a CDAC provider by accessing the CDAC Provider Handbook. This Handbook provides a better understanding of the guidelines governing becoming and being a CDAC provider.
|If you wish to enroll as an INDIVIDUAL CDAC provider|
You may already have someone in mind that you would like to provide services for or you may simply enroll as a provider in order to get on a list of approved providers. To enroll as a CDAC provider, you may contact the Iowa Medicaid Enterprise (IME) at:
IME Provider Enrollment
Relevant forms for enrolling as a NEW INDIVIDUAL CDAC PROVIDER
|If you are already a CDAC provider|
As an active CDAC provider, the following resources, information, and CDAC-relevant forms will help you in the administrative process when filing claims for the services that you provide to the consumer.
Relevant Forms for ACTIVE CDAC PROVIDERS
Targeted Medical Care (TMC) Claim Form
DHS Administrative Rules and Policy
|If you wish to enroll as a WAIVER provider (for agencies and businesses)|
Waiver providers are eligible to participate in the Iowa Medicaid Health and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Waiver program if they meet the standards for the service to be provided. Qualifications are defined on the enrollment application. Your agency or business must meet one of the enrollment qualifications under each service for which you are enrolling.
Necessary forms for enrolling as a WAIVER PROVIDER
Provider Manual for the Waiver Services Program
NB: For the Brain Injury Waiver only: Providers involved in direct consumer service must have training regarding or experience with consumers who have a brain injury.
To subscribe to this page's updates, please Log In.