Early Intervention Quality Improvement Monitoring Program
IPRO, as an agent for the New York State Department of Health Bureau of Early Intervention (NYSDOH BEI), monitors providers that deliver early intervention services, and municipalities which are responsible for local implementation of the EIP, to ensure infants, toddlers, and their families have access to timely, consistent and appropriate services and administrative processes while participating in the EIP.
This web page will provide useful information, that will help early intervention professionals and providers to ensure that services are delivered according to EI regulations and guidance, and identify opportunities for continuous quality improvement.
The NYS Department of Health, Bureau of Early Intervention, has published the “Confidentiality Attachment” to assist providers with development of the policies and procedures that will enable them to meet confidentiality requirements.
Health and Safety Standards
The NYS Department of Health, Bureau of Early Intervention, has published the “Health and Safety Standards For The Early Intervention Program And Frequently Asked Questions, Revised – February 2010”, to assist providers with development of the policies and procedures that will enable them to meet health and safety requirements.