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BACKGROUND SCREENING INFORMATION
CDC+ Program - Elders only

Effective April 1, 2013, the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) will be conducting new screenings for potential employees and representatives interested in participating in the Consumer Directed Care Plus Program (CDC+). This policy only applies to employees and representatives serving the elder population (adults age 60 and older). .
Please refer to the following procedure:

STEP 1: Obtain the Background Screening Appointment Form for the CDC+ Program with the new Origination Code (ORI), EAHCA020Z. This code will be used for all new screenings.

PDF Background Screening Appointment Form for the CDC+ Program - effective 04/2013

STEP 2: Download AHCA's Privacy Policy Acknowledgement Form. Each employee or representative must read the policy and sign the first page of the document as proof that he/she understands the content.

PDF AHCA PRIVACY POLICY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM

STEP 3: Select one of the Live Scan vendors listed from the link below to conduct your Level II background screening. Please provide your appointment form and your government-issued photo ID to the Live Scan vendor in order to complete the Level II background screening. The vendor will require a picture to be taken at the time of the screening.

XLSX AHCA Live Scan - a list of vendors

STEP 4: Please send the appointment form and the signed first page of AHCA's Privacy Policy to the CDC+ Program office via one of the following methods:

1. Fax: 850-414-2310

2. Mail:

Florida Department of Elder Affairs
CDC+ Background Screening
4040 Esplanade Way
Tallahassee FL, 32399 - 7000

Important note about fee information: As of January 1, 2013, the cost of an AHCA screening increased from $40.50 to $64.50 plus any applicable Live Scan fee.

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