EVV By State

EVV has been mandated for the state of Georgia. When is its official start date? What types of services are covered under the requirements? What model of state EVV does Georgia fall under? What kind of data must be transmitted for each visit? Is the state providing a free EVV system? Can I use my current EVV software and still be compliant? In this blog you will find information and answers to each of those questions and more...

EVV has been mandated for the state of Missouri with a 2021 start date for some agency types. Electronic visit verification is required for all Medicaid Personal care services administered within the state. When is the official start date?  What specific types of care and organizations does it apply to, and what are the requirements? Are agencies free to use any EVV system? In this blog we will explore and answer all of those questions as we focus on all aspects of Missouri Electronic Visit Verification

EVV has been mandated for 2021 and beyond in New Jersey with a 2021 start date for some agency types. When is the official start date?  What types of care and organizations does it apply to, and what are the requirements? What company is the state approved aggregator and is NJ an open model state in terms of the EVV system your agency has to use? We'll get to the bottom of all these questions and provide answers in this edition of the ALORA blog with a spotlight on New Jersey Electronic Visit Verification

 Electronic Visit Verification has been mandated in the state of North Carolina with a 2021 start date for some agency types. When is the official start date?  What types of care and organizations does it apply to, and what are the requirements? Is NC an open model state in terms of the EVV system agencies have to implement? We will answer these questions and many more as we focus on NCDHHS EVV information. 

Following similar requirements born of the 21st Century Cures Act legislation, Electronic Visit Verification has been mandated in the state of Wisconsin. What is the official start date?  What care organizations does it apply to, and what are the unique requirements? Is Wisconsin an open model state in terms of the EVV system agencies must use? We will delve into all of these questions and then some as we hone in on EVV in the state of Wisconsin. 

Like many other states in 2019 and 2020, Electronic Visit Verification has come to Nebraska. When is its official start date?  What types of agencies does it apply to, and what are the specific requirements? Are home health care agencies free to choose whatever EVV software they desire? We answer all of these questions and more as we take a closer look at EVV in the state of Nebraska. 

Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) for Utah Medicaid

As an ongoing part of our commitment to keeping home health care professionals up to date with the latest regulatory information at the national and state level, in this edition of our homecare blog, we turn the spotlight on electronic visit verification in the state of UTAH. A good starting point is to look at the beginnings of how EVV requirements came to be, which brings us to the 21st Century Cures Act.

Choosing EVV Software

 

How do I choose EVV software?As the 21st Century Cures act moves to the forefront of home health agency staffs, many agencies find themselves trying to prepare for the inevitable. According to their official website www.medicaid.gov, all U.S states are required by law to implement an approved electronic visit verification system for all Medicaid-funded personal care services by January 1, 2020, and home health care services by January 1, 2023. Any non-compliant states will face financial penalties unless they have an authentic delay reason or burden which prevented their compliance.   To meet state requirements, when selecting a software vendor for EVV compliance, agencies performing personal care and home health services need to be sure to do their homework.