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EVV 2.0 & How It Can Influence National EVV Policy
April 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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The 21st Century Cures Act requires states to have an electronic visit verification (EVV) system in place for personal care services beginning in 2021, and home healthcare services beginning in 2023. As of March 2021, 29 states were compliant with the mandate and 22 states were out of compliance. Though several states had EVV systems in place before the Cures Act became law, most states implemented or are working to implement systems in response to the Act’s mandate. The threat of financial penalties, coupled with the aggressive timeline for statewide implementation, led many states to focus on Cures Act compliance as the primary goal for their EVV development. As more states continue to become compliant with the mandate, attention can now shift towards the improvement of EVV systems and their role in the overall home and community-based services (HCBS) delivery system.
In this webinar, speakers will discuss:
- Opportunities to advance EVV system policy and practice to improve integration within the broader HCBS process flows.
- Upcoming catalysts that can impact national EVV policy and operational trends.
- The need for national collaboration to develop policy, technical specifications, and procurement language for “EVV 2.0.”
Join NEVVA for our second webinar of the 2021 series where Executive Director, Mark Dillon will moderate a discussion on EVV 2.0 and how the impending reprocurements have the potential to influence future national EVV policy.