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Homecare Software Blog – Forthcoming Ohio Department of Medicaid EVV Mandate Still Offers Agencies Choices in Homecare Software

Alora Home Health Software offers Ohio Agencies Compliance & More Workflow Productivity Scheduled to go into effect in Jan of 2018, the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) will begin implementation of a mandated Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) system. ODM has contracted with independent provider Sandata to offer EVV to agencies operating within the state; however, ODM Read More

Homecare Software Blog – Pre-Claim Review Demonstration for Home Health Services

Pre-Claim Review Demonstration for Home Health Services CMS recently announced its implementation of the Pre-Claim Review Demonstration for Medicare certified home health agencies in select states. This is a three-year demonstration that will begin this year in Illinois, Florida, and Texas no earlier than the first day of August, October, and December respectively. The demonstration Read More

Homecare Software Blog – Partnerships in Home Care

Growth through partnership, Hospitals & Homecare Agencies In this edition of the Alora Home Health Care Software blog, we highlight a rising growth opportunity for Home Care agencies nationwide. Homecare agency owners small and large have recently had good reason for optimism over a provision in the health care reform bill related to the home Read More

Home Care Software Blog – SEO Tips For Home Health Agencies

In this edition of the the Home Care Software blog, we dive a little into the area of Search engine optimization (SEO) for Homecare agencies. With the many time consuming things that go into operating a Home Healthcare agency, quite often administrators are hard pressed to find ways to attract new patients and grow their Read More

Homecare Software Blog – Judge Renders Important Ruling Affecting Homecare

This week in the world of Homecare news, several media outlets are reporting that an important decision was recently rendered by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, striking down a recent Companionship Services/Overtime rule put into place by the Department of Labor. The DOL created rule would have imposed a number new Read More