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EVV FOR PENNSYLVANIA MEDICAID   (CLICK HERE TO REVIEW ALORA’S EVV SYSTEM FOR PENNSYLVANIA) Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) is coming to Pennsylvania. As one of many states where EVV implementation is either currently taking place, or scheduled to go into effect within the next couple of years, Pennsylvania Medicaid EVV requirements...

Press Release - Alora Emerges as OHIO EVV PHASE 2’s First Official Alternative Vendor   ALORA HOME HEALTH SOFTWARE BRINGS SIMPLICITY TO OHIO’S EVV PHASE II June 25, 2019 - Ohio Homecare software provider Alora Healthcare systems has become the first approved alternate EVV vendor for Ohio’s Electronic...

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Indiana Electronic Visit Verification Information

With the introduction and subsequent passage of the 21st Century Cures Act, state Medicaid programs will require providers of personal care, home care, and home health services to use an electronic visit verification (EVV) system for accurate documentation of all services performed. The federally required law directs that providers within the state of Indiana will need to utilize an approved Indiana electronic visit verification system to document the below information:

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FLORIDA EVV INFORMATION

 

EVV is a requirement in the state of Florida. In this edition of the Alora Home Health blog, we’ll take a look at EVV in Florida, exploring the start date, FAQs, general information, as well as resources for you to learn more about Florida’s 2020 EVV implementation schedule.

Florida Electronic Visit Verification

The nationwide march towards EVV began with the creation of the 21st Century Cures Act. The 21st Century Cures Act mandates the following:

"States must require Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) use for all Medicaid-funded PCS by January 1, 2020 and HHCS by January 1, 2023. Otherwise, the state is subject to incremental FMAP reductions up to 1% unless the state has both made a “good faith effort” to comply and has encountered what state defines as circumstances causing agencies “unavoidable delays.”