Author: Alora Home Health Software

The White House recently said that the current public health emergency (PHE) would “likely” last through the entirety of 2021. For now, blanket waivers have relaxed industry regulations, offering provider relief, but it is not time to rest on your laurels. Wisdom dictates that agencies...

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Payment reductions for Ohio EVV Delayed by ODM

March 2021 Update

Per the 21st Century Cures Act, the requirement for Ohio and other states to implement a system for electronic visit verification (EVV) for home health and personal care services are pretty much set in stone. The Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) first introduced the use of EVV back in 2018. The final requirements mandated by the Cures Act were incorporated into the state's electronic visit verification program in January.

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Review Choice Demonstration

Top 3 Strategies For Success 

An update on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) website warns providers that they are continuing phase-in participation, through March 31, 2021, for Florida and North Carolina. This concession on the part of CMS allows agencies in these states some flexibility. 

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New York Medicaid EVV 

Important Facts about New York Electronic Visit Verification 

 

As home health and personal care agencies seek compliance with regulatory requirements with regard to Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) in that state of New York, agency administrators face important deadlines for EVV implementation. As one of many states where EVV deadlines are taking effect,  New York DOH requirements must be met for certain types of care in the state, or agencies will run the risk rejected payments...