EVV stands for Electronic Visit Verification. Electronic Visit Verification is a method used to verify in-home services for consumers. The system will assist in quality service provision and reporting integrity.
The 21st Century CURES Act, signed into law in 2016, requires that States set up an EVV system to verify that services for all Medicaid-funded personal care and home healthcare services occurred.
The new requirements for EVV will not change where and how these services are delivered. All states must implement EVV for personal care services by January 2020 and home health care services by January 2023.
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Wellsky is the company's selected third-party EVV compliance and digital timekeeping application software.
The 6 data points are:
Wellsky is compliant with the 21st Century CURES Act, signed into law in 2016 which requires all states to set up an EVV system and capture the 6 data point elements. To learn more about the mandate, click here to visit the Department of Developmental Service (DDS) website.
As the first step, consumer families will need to submit an EVV Consent form to Inland Respite. This form is needed to participate and be in compliance with the EVV mandate.
January 1st, 2022
No, per state and federal mandates all Respite companies in the state of California must be in compliance by January 1st, 2022.
Contact us for details and further explanation on this mandate.
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For appeals, complaints and comments, please visit DDS.CA.GOV/COMPLAINTS. Inland Respite is readily available to help with appeals, complaints, or comments. Please contact us for assistance.
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