New Texas PASRR Comprehensive Service Plan (PCSP) form available Jan 26, 2019

Melina HalikiasSecure News, SimpleCFS, Texas Medicaid4 Comments

New PCSP form SimpleLTC

Attention Texas providers: As Health and Human Services (HHS) announced in this month’s Long Term Care Bulletin, local authority (LA) and nursing facility (NF) providers will have access to a new PASRR form called the PASRR Comprehensive Service Plan (PCSP), replacing the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) Meeting and PASRR Specialized Services (PSS) forms.

The new form will be available to both SimpleLTC customers (via SimpleCFS™) and users of the TMHP LTC Online Portal beginning Jan. 26, 2019. New IDT and PSS form submissions will not be accepted after Jan. 25, 2019.

The new PCSP form must be completed at each IDT, Service Planning Team (SPT) meeting or a meeting needed to update services to document the PASRR specialized services agreed upon for PASRR-positive residents.

Attend our PCSP form webinar training

SimpleLTC will host a free webinar featuring Cathy Belliveau from Texas Health and Human Services to cover the new PASRR Comprehensive Service Plan (PCSP) form scheduled for implementation beginning Jan. 26, 2019. Click below to register.


[Free webinar] Texas PASRR: Understanding the new PCSP form (HHS PASRR Technical Assistance Call)

Tue, Dec 18, 2018 | 10:30-11:30am CT

Reserve your spot


SimpleCFS™ customers

You can access the new PASRR Comprehensive Service Plan (PCSP) form within SimpleCFS™ beginning Jan 26, or as soon as it is live on the TMHP online portal. If you have any questions, please contact the SimpleLTC Support Team.

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