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June 2021 Minnesota Electronic Visit Verification Update

 

As states begin to emerge from the hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, our home health blog is committed to providing the latest updates on EVV implementation on a state-by-state basis. In this blog we focus on the latest news out of Minnesota, and the June 2021 news that the state has selected an official EVV aggregator.

To view the Texas Medicaid EVV Software solution by Alora, click here

 

Texas Medicaid EVV 

What you need to know about Texas Electronic Visit Verification 

 

As home health care agencies try to achieve compliance with regulatory requirements with regard to Electronic Visit Verification (EVV), agencies in the state of Texas faced a January 2021 deadline for EVV implementation. As one of many states where EVV  is currently in play, Texas requirements will need to be met for certain types of care in the state, or agencies will run the risk of rejected payments. 

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.

To view the MassHealth EVV Software solution by Alora, click here

 

MassHealth EVV 

What you need to know about Massachusetts Electronic Visit Verification 

 

As home health care agencies strive to stay compliant with regulatory requirements on both the state and federal level annually, Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) is a hot topic in the state of Massachusetts. As one of many states where EVV implementation is currently in play, Massachusetts Medicaid EVV (most commonly referred to as MassHealth EVV) requirements will need to be addressed and prepared for by agencies operating within the state. The (EOHHS) Executive Office of Health and Human Services administers the Massachusetts Medicaid program known as MassHealth, and will provide an EVV system that complies with federal Medicaid requirements, while minimizing any undue burden on users.