The Departments of Developmental Services (DDS), Health Care Services, Social Services, Public Health and Aging will hold a stakeholder webinar meeting regarding Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) Phase II on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Building on discussions from the multi-department stakeholder meetings in June 2019, and the DDS-only stakeholder call on August 5, 2019, the webinar will provide a status update on Phase II efforts.
Please register for the webinar via the registration linkprior to the meeting. This webinar registration link, and teleconference information will be posted in the department’s EVV webpage.
Phase II of EVV includes services delivered through other programs, including those funded through DDS and the regional centers. More information on EVV is available on theDepartment’swebsite
If you have questions about EVV or the EVV Phase II stakeholder webinar meeting, please email@example.com
-DDS EVV Team
What is Electronic Visit Verification (EVV)?
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 health care services occurred. Under the Act, an EVV system must verify the following service components:
Type of service performed;
Individual receiving the service;
Date of the service;
Location of service delivery;
Individual providing the services; and
Time the service begins and ends.
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.