PCG is a leader in child welfare fiscal solutions. We assist organizations in obtaining the proper Title IV-E revenue, making accurate Title IV-E determinations and corresponding claims, preparing for ACF federal audits, and Random Moment Time Studies (RMTS). Our clients benefit from our national experience and expertise in child welfare operations, built upon more than two decades of working with state, county, and municipal child welfare organizations in 34 states. We employ subject matter experts and partner with nationally recognized organizations such as Casey Family Programs and APHSA. In addition, while we offer expertise in SSA, Medicaid and Medicare programs for both children and adults, we are the nation’s largest provider of these services to foster care agencies.
PCG assists states with Title IV-E determinations and redeterminations and claiming.
PCG partners with states to prepare for federal and state reviews such as the Title IV-E review. Depending on your state’s needs, we can manage short-term preparation assignments as well as more long-term, internal auditing projects for ongoing compliance issues.
Automated systems, quality assurance, guidance
PCG partners with agencies to maximize funds and assess compliance.
PCG conducts case reviews and business process improvements to enhance revenue maximization.
PCG assists states with all aspects of federally mandated reporting, including: annual requirements, those related to legislative changes, or any required federal responses resulting from program improvement plans or other audit findings. Our experts can engage in research, project management, and plan development on behalf of clients.
PCG connects vulnerable populations to additional income supports through our full service disability enrollment programs. These programs include screening, form completion, application filing and claim development throughout the life of each claim. We always act as legal representative and attend any face to face hearings scheduled for our claimants.
PCG supports those who can’t advocate for themselves by providing comprehensive advocacy services include our specialized benefits management consulting services to state and county agencies. We can assist these organizations in regulation compliance and reporting requirements; furthermore, we work with organizations to develop their understanding of program guidelines related to how representative payees must handle SSI/SSDI funds – especially for children in foster care. An added component of our benefits management support involves data warehousing and analytical tools which assist with the pre-screening of large populations for potential SSI/SSDI eligibility. Currently, PCG’s screening process includes a combination of data mining techniques and onsite case file reviews. By gaining access to electronic information (such as Medicaid paid claims files, health and education passports, and medical records), our data analytics program compiles a disability score indicative of the level of an individual’s disability – information that aids in the pre-screening process.
SSI eligible TAY require additional, specialized supportive services to prepare them for life outside of foster care and maintain as much self-sufficiency as possible. Often, states’ and counties’ find they need additional support and guidance when navigating this area of the foster care system. PCG provides technical assistance to agency staff and their TAY in foster care in the following areas: (1) service coordination assistance; (2) tools to maximize SSA work incentives; (3) workforce development services; and (4) money management skill building.
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To learn more about how our Fiscal Solution services can best prepare you for the review process and promote improved outcomes for your clients, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-210-6113.