Welcome to the Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) Notice of Intent (NOI) Contract Management System (CMS).
This site is designed to provide public access to important information about the NOI Application process and to facilitate the contracting process between Providers and ASAPs with oversight provided by the Executive Office of Elder Affairs.
NOI application instructions linked to here:
Homemaker Notification of Intent (NOI) Instructions for Current Providers and Prospective Bidders
Before completing an application, please review the related documents linked to here:
If you are an existing or new elder services provider and you are new to this system, you need to follow these steps:
- Register your provider corporation and user account using the [Register] link above.
- Confirm your account by following the link that will be emailed to you.
- Log in and complete your application by clicking the Application button.
- Complete each section of the application and click the Submit button to submit your application for EOEA review.
If you are returning to this system after partially completing your application, follow these steps:
- Log on using the [Log in] link above.
- From the Home Page, click the "Application" button.
- Complete each section of the application and click the Submit button to submit your application to EOEA for review.
Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) waiver providers are now required to enroll in the MassHealth program with an assigned MassHealth Waiver Provider number. If a company provides services to individuals who are enrolled in the Frail Elder HCBS Waiver, providers must complete specific MassHealth enrollment forms. Interested ASAP providers should download and review the documents. The links are provided below. Please note the contracting ASAP will provide specific instructions.
Download Frail Elder Home- and Community-Based Services Waiver Provider Application APP-FEW (Rev 03-15)
Download Massachusetts Medicaid Program Provider Agreement and Acknowledgement of Terms of Participation for Frail Elder Waiver Home- and Community-Based Services Waiver Providers GEN-FEW-C (11-14)
Federally Required Disclosures Individual Practitioners
What is the Federally Required Disclosure Form (FRDF) for Entities? (mass.gov)
The 21st Century Cures Act requires states to implement an Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) system. EVV is a system that electronically verifies when a person receives services in the home or community.
The Mass.Gov EVV link includes:
- General Information
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Contact Information
Personal and Home Care Aide State Training (PHCAST)–Online Training
The Executive Office of Elder Affairs offers free, online courses in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole to prepare individuals to work as an agency-based Homemaker or Personal Care (PC) Homemaker to assist individuals to live safely in their homes. The courses present key concepts and in-depth knowledge of related topics and responsibilities. Learners take the course at their own pace on a laptop, tablet and/or smart phone. Upon successful completion of the assessments, learners will receive Certificate of Completions for either course. The courses are available to anyone interested in learning more about becoming a Homemaker or PC Homemaker, those seeking employment in the home care field or individuals looking to refresh their homemaker skills. Providers can use this online course to train workers in its entirety as well as a refresher for specific skills. For more information, please visit: Home Care Aide Training (PHCAST) (mahomecaretraining.org).
A current list providers whose applications have been accepted by EOEA, commonly referred to as the Bidders List.
Public documents made available by EOEA regarding the NOI program.