WE WILL NO LONGER ACCEPT TIME SHEETS
You must use the AuthentiCare System to clock in & out.
Kansas Department for Aging & Disability Services requires the use of AuthentiCare for reporting time & attendance. In order for all Direct Care Worker’s (DSW) to be in full compliance with this requirement, SKIL Fiscal Agent will no longer accept time sheets effective 9/1/17.
- Time sheets for dates of service 8/1 – 8/15 are due no later than 8/20.
- Time sheets for dates of service 8/16 – 8/31 are due no later than 9/5.
- Beginning with date of service 9/1, time sheets will no longer be accepted.
As a reminder: Participants who choose to self-direct his/her services must comply with the required use of the AuthentiCare system for DSW’s to submit time worked. Therefore, you as the DSW have the responsibility of making sure you are using AuthentiCare when clocking in and out.
We appreciate your compliance.
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