Electronic Visit Verification

Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) Across the Nation

The 21st Century Cures Act provides a pathway for home care and part of this is Electronic Visit Verification which is being approved on a state by state basis.  Check the guide below to find out on individual state legislation and whether or not it has been approved in your state, links to state information and provider direction.

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What is EVV?

Electronic Visit Verification is a way of tracking work performed, hours, notes, and much more about the patient-caregiver interaction.

 

Benefits of Implementation.

Agencies who utilize EVV are seeing increases in efficiency and productivity because it cuts down on the amount of time spent doing the paperwork for patient care, mileage reimbursement and hours worked by each caregiver. SMARTcare utilizes this idea in our software putting everything you need at the tips of your fingers on your own smart device.

Electronic Visit Verification (EVV): A National Resource Guide by State.

SMARTcare’s end-to-end  home care solution with native EVV that includes mobile and GPS based EVV works across all platforms.  Meet your states requirements with SMARTcare while continuing to provide better outcomes in home care.

Our team is tracking the state developments with EVV requirements in as many states as possible, below is a list of information regarding electronic visit verification in your state. This list will be updated with any changes to requirements and new developments.

EVV is a small part of the total home care technology solution.  Home care agencies should consider the total solution and impact to overall business operations and client outcomes as they work to meet state mandates.  SMARTcare is here to help with those solutions to provide better outcomes of care.  Say hello to SMARTcare’s solution today, we’re here to help!

Alabama

EVV Solution: Closed 〉 Target Rollout October 2017 

Alabama has chosen AuthentiCare® as its EVV aggregation vendor for its closed model.

For more information click here.

Alaska

EVV Solution: Providers Choice Target Rollout: January 1, 2020

Alaska plans to implement a providers choice model.

For more information click here

Arizona

EVV Solution: Open  〉  Target Rollout: January 1, 2020 

Arizona plans to implement an Open model and has yet to choose an EVV aggregator.

For more information click here.

Arkansas

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout: October 2019  

Arkansas plans to implement an Open model and has chosen Public Consulting Group (PCG) as its EVV aggregator.

For more information click here

California

EVV Solution: Open  〉 Target Rollout: January 1, 2021

California has yet to choose an aggregator for its open model.

For more information click here.

Louisiana

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout: March 2018

Louisiana has chosen LaSRS as its aggregator for its open model.

For more information click here.

Colorado

EVV Solution: Hybrid  〉  Target Rollout:  January 1, 2020 

Colorado has chosen Sandata as its EVV aggregator for its open model.

For more information click here.

Conneticut

EVV Solution:  Closed  〉   Target Rollout: January 1, 2020  

Connecticut plans to implement a closed model and chose Sandata as its sole aggregator.

For more information click here.

Delaware

EVV Solution: Undecided 〉   Target Rollout: Jan 2020

Delaware is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system.

For more information click here.

Florida

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout:  Began December 1, 2018 Tellus

Florida is implementing an open model with Tellus and HHAeXchange as their aggregators.

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Georgia

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout: January 1, 2020  

Georgia is going to implement an open model and has yet to choose an aggregator.

For more information click here.

Hawaii

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout: October 2019 

Hawaii’s EVV vendor is Sandata

For more information click here.

Idaho

EVV Solution: Undecided   〉   Target Rollout: July 2020

Idaho has yet to make an official decision on an EVV model.

For more information click here.

Illinois

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout: January 1, 2014

For more information click here.

Indiana

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout: January 1, 2020 

Indiana has chosen Sandata as its sole aggregator for its open model.

For more information click here.

Iowa

EVV Solution: Undecided  〉   Target Rollout: January 1, 2020  

Iowa has yet to make an official decision on an EVV model.

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Kansas

EVV Solution: Closed  〉   Implemented  

Kansas has chosen AuthentiCare as its sole aggregator for its closed model.

For more information click here.

Kentucky

EVV Solution: Undecided    〉   Target Rollout: Undecided 

Kentucky has yet to make an official decision on an EVV model.

Maine

EVV Solution: Undecided  〉   Target Rollout: July 2021

Maine’s EVV vendor is Sandata.

For more information click here.

Maryland

EVV Solution: State Sponsored Solution〉   Roll-out: 2013

Maryland has chosen (ISAS) Inhome Support Assurance System

For more information click here.

Massachusetts

EVV Solution: Open 〉   Target Roll-out: January 2020

Massachusetts is working with Optum to develop a state sponsored EVV solution by January of 2020. Massachusetts is applying for the one-year extension with the CMS Good Faith Effort Request Form for Personal Care Services

For more information click here.

Michigan

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout: Undecided 

Michigan has yet to choose an aggregator for its open model.

For more information click here.

Minnesota

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout: Undecided  

Minnesota has yet to choose an aggregator or rollout date for its open model.

For more information click here.

Mississippi

EVV Solution: Open 〉   Roll-out: Live

Mississippi already has an EVV solution in place called medikey.

For more information click here.

Missouri

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout:  January 1, 2020 

Missouri has yet to choose an aggregator for its open model.

For more information click here.

Montana

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout: To be determined  

Montana plans to implement an Open Model.

For more information click here.

Nebraska

EVV Solution: Open  〉   Target Rollout: January 1, 2020 

Nebraska plans to implement an Open Model.

For more information click here.

Nevada

EVV Solution: Closed  〉   Target Rollout: August 1, 2019  

Nevada has chosen AuthentiCare as its EVV aggregation vendor.

For more information click here.

New Hampshire

EVV Solution: Undecided  〉   Target Rollout: Undecided

New Hampshire has yet to make an official decision on an EVV model.

For more information click here.

New Jersey

EVV solution: undecided 〉 Target rollout: undecided

New Jersey is currently examining its options for a solution.

For more information click here.

New Mexico

EVV Solution: MCP 〉 Target Rollout: undecided

New Mexico has chosen AuthentiCare as its EVV vendor.

For more information click here.

New York

EVV Solution: Providers Choice 〉 Target Rollout: January 2019

New York has implemented a Providers choice model.

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North Carolina

EVV Solution: Open 〉 Target Rollout: June 1, 2019 

North Carolina has chosen NC HealthConnex as its EVV aggregator.

For more information click here.

North Dakota

EVV Solution: Undecided〉 Target Rollout: Undecided 

North Dakota has narrowed it down to providers choice, State mandated external, and Open model for the model that they will be going with.

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Ohio

EVV Solution: Open 〉 Rollout: July 2018 (phase one) 

Ohio has begun an open model and chosen Sandata as its aggregator.

For more information click here.

Oklahoma

EVV Solutions: Closed 〉 Rollout: 2015

In 2015 Oklahoma implemented their closed model choosing AuthentiCare as their EVV vendor.

For more information click here.

Oregon

EVV Solution: Closed 〉 Roll-out: July 2019

Oregon has chosen eXPRS as its EVV aggregator.

For more information click here.

Pennsylvania

EVV Solution: Open 〉 Rollout: January 2020 

Pennsylvania is working with DXC and Sandata to integrate with their current system.

For more information click here.

Rhode Island

EVV Solution: Closed 〉 Rollout: 2016 

Rhode Island has chosen Sandata as its sole EVV aggregator.

For more information click here.

South Carolina

EVV Solution: Closed 〉 Target Rollout: Undecided 

South Carolina is going to implement a closed model and has yet to choose an EVV aggregator.

For more information click here.

South Dakota

EVV Solution: Closed 〉 Target Rollout: January 1, 2020 

South Dakota has chosen Therap as its sole aggregator in its closed model.

For more information click here.

Tennessee

EVV Solution: Closed 〉 Target Rollout: Undecided 

Tennessee has chosen to utilize Sandata for all other than those who are self directed, for those who are self directed they are required to use PPL

For more information click here.

Texas

EVV Solution: Closed 〉 Implemented

Texas has chosen to implement a closed model its aggregator is Vesta EVV.

For more information click here.

Utah

EVV Solution: Providers Choice〉 Target Rollout: July 2019

Utah is implementing a providers choice model which means that as long as the solution meets the state and federal standards providers can utilize whatever solution they want.

For more information click here.

Vermont

EVV Solution: Open 〉 Target Rollout: Undecided 

Vermont has chosen Sandata as its EVV vendor for their open model.

For more information click here.

Virginia

EVV Solution: Open 〉 Target Rollout: Undecided

Virginia has yet to determine an aggregator for its open model.

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Washington

EVV Solution: Providers Choice〉 Target Rollout: Undecided 

Washington is going to use their MMIS System, known as ProviderOne, as their data aggregator.

For more information click here.

West Virginia

EVV Solution: Open〉 Target Rollout: January 2020

West Virginia has yet to choose an EVV vendor for their open model.

For more information click here.

Wisconsin

EVV Solution: Closed 〉 Target Rollout: January 1, 2020

Wisconsin has chosen Sandata as its sole aggregator in its closed model.

For more information click here.

Wyoming

EVV Solution: Undecided 〉 Target Rollout: Undecided 

Wyoming has yet to make an official decision on an EVV model.

For more information click here.

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