If your agency hasn’t adopted Electronic Visit Verification – well, that day is coming.
Following the federal 21st Century Cures Act, all U.S. states are required to implement EVV solutions for home care agencies providing services funded by Medicaid.
Your agency has a choice to make: 1) Manage EVV separately through a stand-alone system or 2) manage it through full-solution software that has EVV built-in. If you choose the latter, you need to look at agency management software from a vendor that’s certified by your state as an “alternate” vendor.
Alora is designated as an alternate EVV vendor in many states. And in many others, we’re waiting for the states to announce their EVV requirements so that we can tailor our EVV solution to meet state regulations.
No other software company has more expertise in EVV than Alora. Here’s why:
We were fully integrating EVV into our platform even before federal legislation passed; and we’ve been tailoring our solution to meet the exact requirements and processes of state Medicaid agencies, which vary from state to state.
Alora was the first alternate software solution provider authorized by several states that have implemented EVV.
By choosing Alora, you’ll not only meet the EVV requirement – all of your EVV activities and information will be completely tied into scheduling, billing, payroll and every other aspect of your home care and/or home health services.
Here’s what EVV by Alora looks like for your agency:
When you manage EVV outside of your home health software – i.e., through a stand-alone system – you have to re-enter data. That takes time and brings mistakes.
But Alora software integrates EVV into a complete, easy-to-use software. All of the information for each visit — about the patient, caregiver, agency, schedules, and service provided – is built-in.
So, your caregiver doesn’t have to re-enter information … and your agency gets the benefit of accuracy and efficiency.