electronic visit verification
SCHAUMBURG, Ill. & DALLAS, Texas (December 12, 2019)—CellTrak, a provider of comprehensive electronic visit verification, communication and compliance solutions for home and community care, and Axxess, a home health care technology company, announced an integration to provide thousands of home health and homecare agencies seamless electronic visit verification in more states.
IRVINE, Calif. (March 20, 2019)—American Time and Labor Company, a provider of integrated human capital management solutions for small- to enterprise-sized businesses, announced that relief is here for the homecare industry by utilizing American Time and Labor Company’s caregiver mobile application called Pacific Timecard to document electronic visit verification (EVV) required by federal law for homecare providers.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (February 28, 2019)—The National Electronic Visit Verification Association (NEVVA) is pleased to partner with the National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities (NASUAD) for the NEVVA EVV Summit on April 5-6, 2019, immediately following the (invitation-only) 2019 NASUAD MLTSS Symposium and Spring Meeting at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter.
(July 19, 2018)—The U.S. Senate unanimously approved legislation to delay until 2020 the requirement of electronic visit verification (EVV) to document when personal care services are provided. An identical bill passed the House of Representatives, sending the legislation to President Trump to sign into law.
By Kristin Easterling
(May 17, 2018)—The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued new guidance on electronic visit verification (EVV), in accordance with section 12006(b) of the Cures Act. This section requires the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to collect and disseminate best practices for the training people who provide personal care services (PCS), home health care services (HHCS) or both, on the operation of EVV systems.
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (October 31, 2017)—With more seniors wanting to age in place longer and the desire to keep patients in the lowest cost care settings, many providers are looking to diversify their care offerings to better meet the evolving needs of patients, partners and staff across the long-term and post-acute care market.