We are committed to sharing information about what happens “behind the scenes” here at Developmental Pathways. We strive to be transparent about our work, contracts and funding, audit and survey outcomes, and so forth. We are committed to continuous quality improvement, accountability, and equity in access.
Surveys and Audits
Developmental Pathways is subject to dozens of audits and surveys each year. Outside parties, such as the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing and the Colorado Department of Human Services), complete many of these. We also conduct several surveys in-house for the individuals and families we serve to ensure we are proving excellent services and supports in each program we offer.
Senate Bill 38 (2016)
During the 2016 Legislative Session, legislators sought to pass bills that included measures to improve the transparency of Community Centered Board (CCB) practices. To read the full bill, click here. To read the Developmental Pathways FY17-18 Compliance Guide for Senate Bill 38, click here.
Program Quality Team
We care deeply about the quality of services and supports we provide and have an entire team dedicated to assisting us with tracking, reporting, research, and data analysis.
The Program Quality team helps ensures we meet federal, state, and local requirements associated with our work and works in partnership with the departments of Developmental Pathways (Early Intervention, Case Management, etc.) but also with community partners such as Colorado State staff, advocacy organizations, and providers to help improve the quality of services and supports to individuals and families.
Specifically, this team conducts internal and external surveys and audits of the work completed by our agency, including our annual Case Management Customer Satisfaction Survey. They conduct periodic reviews of our database to maintain data integrity. Our team helps ensure that our processes and procedures are as efficient and accurate as possible and align with rules, regulations, waiver definitions, and contractual obligations.
Financial Reports & Contracts
Below is information regarding our finances, county mill levy reporting, and state contracts. Choose a document category from the dropdown menu and click on the document title to download the PDF.
A note about RFP reports: Every fiscal year, Developmental Pathways analyzes the Requests for Proposal (RFPs) that were sent out that year. RFPs are sent on behalf of individuals in services seeking new providers; these analyses provide information about where we encounter issues of provider capacity and other difficulties in placing individuals with providers.