An audit of Colorado’s 20 non-profit community-centered boards (CCBs) that provide case management services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) has recommended new fiscal controls be adopted, along with a change in the funding model for the services. The auditor found overall issues with in-person monitoring visits, billing methods and case management; and with the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing's (HCPF's) funds management. As a result, the auditor recommended methods and controls to improve case management services for the program recipients. The 20 CCBs are under contract with the . . .