Contact

Rebecca Miller
CMP Program Manager
Survey, Certification and Credentialing Commission
Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services
503 S. Kansas Ave
Topeka, KS 66603
Fax: (785)296-0256

Civil Money Penalty Reinvestment Program (CMPRP)

CMP Program Opportunities

Civil Money Penalties (CMP) are monetary penalties (fines) imposed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) against nursing facilities that have failed to maintain compliance with federal requirements. A portion of these fund are returned to States and may be used for projects supporting activities that benefit nursing facility residents or that protect and improve their quality of life or care. CMP funds may be used for, but not limited to the following:

  • Training
  • Transition Preparation
  • Culture change/quality of life
  • Projects that support resident and family councils
  • Resident transition due to facility closure or downsizing
Federal CMP Regulations:
Resource Documents:
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Example CMP Reinvestment Application Template_October 2022PDF432.93 KB12 Dec, 2022 Download
Use of Federally Imposed Civil Money Penalty (CMP) Funds by StatesPDF501.54 KB12 Dec, 2022 Download
Example CMP Reinvestment Application Budget Template_October 2022XLSX112.07 KB12 Dec, 2022 Download
Updates to CMP Reinvestment Application Resources_October 2022PDF225.63 KB12 Dec, 2022 Download
FAQ CMP Reinvestment Applications_October 2022PDF400.19 KB12 Dec, 2022 Download

CMP Grant Opportunities

CMP Announces Grant Opportunity for Visitation Air Flow and Quality Improvement

As of Feb. 2, 2022, certified nursing facilities may apply for up to an additional $3,000 of CMP Nursing Home Visitation Aid Grant funds for the purchase of indoor portable fans and/or indoor portable air cleaners with high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA, H-13, or -14) filters to increase or improve air quality for resident in-person visitation. Please review the FAQ document below for details and complete the application form.

Grant Available: Communicative Technology Project

Certified nursing facilities may apply for this CMP fund grant to help cover costs of certain communicative devices and accessories allowing residents to communicate remotely due to COVID-19 restrictions.

How to Receive Payment:

Facilities must provide receipts at the time of invoicing (not at the time of application). The invoice submitted to [email protected] must not exceed the quantity and cost of each item approved and must not exceed the total amount of funding approved. For example, if a facility applied for three portable fans, the facility cannot invoice for four portable fans. Invoices cannot exceed actual spending as reflected by a facility's receipt(s).

Submit all applications to: [email protected]

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COVID-19_In-Person Visitation Application TemplatePDF312.81 KB12 Dec, 2022 Download
COVID-19_In-Person Visitation Application FAQPDF180.51 KB12 Dec, 2022 Download
COVID-19 CT Application TemplatePDF1.13 MB12 Dec, 2022 Download
COVID-19 CT Application FAQPDF140.75 KB12 Dec, 2022 Download

Projects

The State of Kansas, Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) is committed to the impact quality of care and quality of life of nursing home residents. Projects that can be implemented into our skilled nursing facilities and nursing facilities allows residents and providers access to:

  • Training
  • Transition Preparation
  • Culture change/quality of life
  • Projects that support resident and family councils
  • Resident transition due to facility closure or downsizing

Below is a list of our pending projects, approved projects, and past projects. Being transparent with fellow Kansans is our commitment to you.