Dear Stakeholders:


I am excited to announce that DHS’ new and improved website ( launched today.


We hope you find the new site to be user friendly, and that you are able to navigate this site to easily find DHS information and materials.


Website features will be in new locations, so we anticipate questions about where to access materials. Our hope is that finding your way around the new site will be easier. However, if you can’t find something, please email us at [log in to unmask].


We will continue to make improvements to the website after its launch, and will keep striving to make it the best possible resource for you and the people we serve.




Ted Dallas


Department of Human Services



 Note: The mandatory compliance date for the implementation of ICD-10 code was October 1, 2015. Claims with dates of service on or after October 1, 2015 must be billed with a valid ICD-10 diagnosis code. Claims with dates of service prior to October 1, 2015 must be billed with a valid ICD-9 code. Additional information regarding the implementation of ICD-10 is available on the Department of Human Services website at:


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