ICF/ID Committee

The ICF/ID Committee focuses on the unique needs of individuals served by intermediate care facilities for people with intellectual disability, which require higher levels of medical and behavioral supports in accordance with their individual support plan and in compliance with the Medicaid regulations governing ICF/ID programs. Members review ODP rules, regulations, guidance, reimbursement rates, and waiver approvals, and provide valuable feedback and solutions to the state.

Tom Crofcheck, Co-Chair

Vice President and CFO
Melmark, Inc.
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Tom Crofcheck is Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Melmark. In this role, Crofcheck  oversee all finances, leads financial planning, ensures minimization of financial risks, and manages record-keeping and financial reporting for service divisions in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, Andover, Massachusetts and Charlotte, North Carolina.

With more than a decade of financial leadership experience and a robust knowledge of the Human Services field, Crofcheck has been an active advocate and mentor through his participation in statewide rate setting advocacy campaigns led by Pennsylvania Advocacy Resources (PAR).

Crofcheck is a graduate of Penn State University and worked as an audit manager at Ernst & Young before joining Melmark. In that role, Crofcheck worked primarily in the not-for-profit industry with a focus on Human Services.


G. N. Janes, Co-Chair

Executive Director
Valley Community Services
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G. N. Janes has been the Executive Director of Valley Community Services since 2015. Prior to his current posting, he held various positions as a Regional Operations Director, Compliance Officer and Direct Support Professional.   

Starting at American University in Washington DC, G. N. earned his bachelor’s degree from Regent’s College while on active duty in the United States Navy; graduating cum laude from the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California from the Farsi program.   

Since taking his position, G. N. has focused on technology, innovation and employee outreach; expanding the agency footprint by 20 percent, digitizing large swaths of the program and retaining over 90 percent of the agency’s front-line supervisors. He also serves on the American Network of Community Options and Resources’ (ANCOR) International Council. 

In his spare time, G. N. enjoys the company of his two daughters; Sadie, a law student at American University and Mia, a high school freshman.