Business & Finance
Business & Finance consists of the following departments:
Business Administration oversees and monitors contractors who provide long-term care services to consumers in the Options program; verifies that services are provided to consumers in the Options and Aging Waiver programs in accordance with their individual service plans; prepares contracts for various services and programs; manages PCA’s insurance program; and reviews and maintains all contractual agreements and insurance documentation.
The Fiscal Department is responsible for the timely and accurate accounting of all revenue and expenditures. Fiscal management prepares all financial reports for internal and external use as required. The department is also responsible for maintaining agency and departmental budgets and for processing the payroll for PCA employees.
Human Resources recruits and hires all agency employees, and conducts screening, testing, interviewing and reference-checking. The department also develops PCA personnel-related policies, procedures, and assures compliance with local, state and federal employee regulations. The department is also responsible for the designing and maintaining PCA’s employee benefit programs.
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Information Technology is responsible for the installation, connectivity, compatibility, maintenance and repair of all PCA computer hardware, software and telephone systems, and for providing support and training for all those who access PCA’s computer system.