Care Management and Billing
As a care management agency, Council on Aging meets the long-term care needs of adults by helping them to identify options for care and by contracting with provider agencies to manage delivery of the right services, in the right amounts, at the right times.
Billing and payment are carried out according to COA-established schedules. COA trains providers in billing procedures.
Home-delivered Meals and Adult Day Services
Butler County Elderly Services Program (ESP) Care Management and Screening
Elderly Services Program (ESP) providers enter data for billing through Web-based software, called QMCO, installed on a secure Windows server.
ESP providers must have Internet access in order to connect to QMCO. Any type of Internet access via an ISP (Internet Service Provider) or direct connection should work. It is providers` responsibility to ensure they can connect to the Internet and get to the QMCO login portal, located on the Service Provider page of Council on Aging`s Web site. [update link]
Need help with QMCO? Click here to view a Webinar that will help you understand how to accept referrals, input billing, communicate with care managers, and more. For additional help, read the QMCO User`s Manual.
Title III providers primarily enter data for billing into SAMS, but there are a few "blended" services that are entered through Q.
Providers for PASSPORT and the Assisted Living Waiver enter data for billing through an Ohio Department of Aging online Direct Data Entry (DDE) program. Training is provided by Council on Aging. To view the training modules*, click on the links below.
Direct Data Entry User Manual
*You must have Windows Media Player and speakers installed on your computer to view and listen to the training modules. Click here for a free download of Windows Media Player.