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EVV State Guide

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In December 2016, the 21st Century Cures Act was signed into law mandating all Medicaid Provider Service Agencies must require Electronic Visit Verification by January 2019. That date has then been delayed to January 2020 under Trump’s new bill. States that do not implement a system for personal care services that accept government reimbursements by 2020 will face an escalating reduction in FMAP funding.

Select your state below for the latest EVV updates and news. Deadlines and regulations are always changing, if you have any questions please contact us or your state medicaid program for more information.

Alabama

Model: State Choice         EVV Vendor:  AuthentiCare®

Alabama requires all agencies providing medicaid services to utilize AuthentiCare® for their EVV system. MEDsys is closely monitoring state requirements and future integrations.

Visit Alabama Medicaid for more info.

Alaska

Model: Provider Choice       

Alaska agencies may choose their own EVV system. MEDsys meets all the requirements of the CURES Act and can currently be implemented to meet the Jan, 2020 deadline.

Schedule a MEDsys EVV Demo

Visit Alaska DHSS for more info.

Arizona

Model: State Choice         

Arizona requires all agencies providing medicaid services to utilize a single EVV system. Arizona plans to award a vendor by April 2019. MEDsys is closely monitoring Arizona’s decision and requirements.

Visit AHCCCS for more info.

Arkansas

Model: TBD         EVV Vendor:  TBD

Arkansas has not provided any recent updates, but an RFP was released in January of 2018 to contract a single vendor. There is no confirmation if a vendor was chosen or if Arkansas may plan to go with the Open Model. In an Open Model, agencies have the option to choose their own vendor as long as they meet the CURES ACT requirements and can integrate with the state chosen aggregator. If the State chooses a single vendor then all agencies must use that vendor.  MEDsys is closely monitoring Arkansas state requirements and future integrations.

Please contact us if you have additional information.

California

Model: State Choice         EVV Vendor:  TBD

California requires all agencies providing medicaid services to utilize the State chosen vendor for their EVV system. California has not announced a vendor as of yet. MEDsys is closely monitoring California’s decisions and state requirements.

Please contact us if you have additional information.

Colorado

Model: Open     

Colorado agencies have the option to choose their own vendor as long as they meet the CURES ACT requirements and can integrate with the state chosen aggregator. MEDsys is closely monitoring state requirements and future integrations.

Schedule a MEDsys EVV Demo

Visit Colorado EVV FAQ for more info. Please contact us if you have additional information.

Delaware

Model: TBD         EVV Vendor:  TBD

Delaware has not provided any recent updates,but in a public meeting Delaware mentioned RFP would be released to contract a single vendor. If the State chooses a single vendor then all agencies must use that vendor.  MEDsys is closely monitoring Delaware state requirements and future integrations.

Please contact us if you have additional information.

Florida

Model: Open        

Florida agencies have the option to choose their own vendor as long as they meet the CURES ACT requirements and can integrate with the state chosen aggregator.  MEDsys is closely monitoring state requirements and future integrations.

Schedule a MEDsys EVV Demo

Visit FL AHCA for more info.

Georgia

Model: Open        

Georgia agencies have the option to choose their own vendor as long as they meet the CURES ACT requirements and can integrate with the state chosen aggregator.  MEDsys is closely monitoring state requirements and future integrations.

Schedule a MEDsys EVV Demo

Visit Georgia Medicaid for more info.

Hawaii

Model: State Choice         

Hawaii requires all agencies providing medicaid services to utilize a single EVV system. Hawaii plans to award a vendor by April 2019 and implement EVV for both personal care services and home health care services by October 2019. MEDsys is closely monitoring Arizona’s decision and requirements.

Visit Hawaii DHS for more info.

Idaho

Model: TBD     EVV Vendor: TBD         

Idaho has not provided any recent updates on their decision, but a webinar will be scheduled on February 20th to go over regulations and requirements for EVV.  MEDsys is closely monitoring Delaware decisions and requirements.

Visit Idaho DHW for more information. Please contact us if you have additional information.

Illinois

Model: Open     

Illinois agencies have the option to choose their own vendor as long as they meet the CURES ACT requirements and can integrate with the state chosen aggregator. MEDsys is closely monitoring state requirements and future integrations.

Schedule a MEDsys EVV Demo

Visit Illinois DHS for more info.

Indiana

Model: Open     

Idiana agencies have the option to choose their own vendor as long as they meet the CURES ACT requirements and can integrate with the state chosen aggregator. MEDsys is closely monitoring state requirements and future integrations.

Schedule a MEDsys EVV Demo

Visit Indiana Medicaid for more info.

Iowa

Model: TBD    EVV Vendor: TBD    

Iowa has not provided any recent updates on their decision, but mentioned they will be working in collaboration with the Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) to develop and implement their EVV program.  MEDsys is closely monitoring Iowa’s decisions and requirements.

Visit Iowa DHS for more information. Please contact us if you have additional information.

Kansas

Model: State Choice         EVV Vendor:  AuthentiCare®

Kansas requires all agencies providing medicaid services to utilize AuthentiCare® for their EVV system. MEDsys is closely monitoring state requirements and future integrations.

Kentucky

Model: TBD     EVV Vendor: TBD         

Kentucky has not provided any recent updates on their decision. MEDsys is closely monitoring Kentuckys decisions and requirements.

Please contact us if you have additional information.

Louisiana

Model: State Choice     EVV Vendor: Louisana Service Reporting System LaSRS         

Louisiana requires all agencies providing medicaid services to utilize LaSRS for their EVV system. Louisiana may move to an Open model but it has not yet been confirmed. MEDsys is closely monitoring state requirements and future integrations.

Visit LDH for more info.

Maine

 

Model: Open     EVV Vendor: TBD         

Maine has not provided any recent updates on their decision, but mentioned developing an open EVV system in which will allow providers to utilize their own EVV system and connect with MIHMS or to use the State’s EVV system. MEDsys is closely monitoring Maine’s decisions, requirements, and future integrations.

Visit Maine DHHS for more information. Please contact us if you have additional information.

  

Maryland

Model: State Choice         EVV Vendor:  Marylands System (ISAS)

MEDsys has been informed by a direct source that Maryland requires all agencies providing medicaid services to utilize Marylands State Developed System ISAS for their EVV system. MEDsys is closely monitoring state requirements and future integrations.

Please contact MDDHS for more information regarding the program.

  

Massachusetts

Model: State Choice         EVV Vendor:  MyTimesheet

Massachusetts requires all agencies providing medicaid services to utilize MyTimesheet for their EVV system. MEDsys is closely monitoring state requirements and future integrations.

Visit MassHealth for more information.

  

Michigan

Model: Open         

Michigan  has decided to go with an open system, that may allow providers with an EVV system the ability to continue using their current system as long as it integrates with the state system.