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Electronic Visit Verification: A State-by-State Guide

ClearCare is actively working to provide solutions to meet EVV requirements in your state. Refer to the list below for the latest information. Requirements and timelines are changing regularly, so always check your state's Medicaid web site for updates. If you have any updates about EVV in your state or questions about how ClearCare can support your EVV compliance, please contact us.

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Alabama

EVV Model: Closed   |   Implemented: October 2017   |   Mandated System: AuthentiCare®

Alabama has chosen AuthentiCare as its EVV aggregation vendor.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of the January 2020 deadline.

Alabama Medicaid's EVVM page

Alaska

EVV Model: Provider Choice   |   Target Date: January 1, 2020

Alaska plans to implement a Provider Choice Model.

In a Provider Choice Model, states set requirements and standards for EVV vendors. Providers select an EVV vendor of choice that meets those requirements.

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Alaska Department of Health and Social Services EVV page

Arizona

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: January 1, 2020   |   Aggregator: To be determined

Arizona plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Arizona EVV initiatives web site

Arkansas

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: July 1, 2019   |   Aggregator: Public Consulting Group (PCG)

Arkansas plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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PCG's EVV page

California

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: To be determined   |   Aggregator: To be determined

California plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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California Department of Social Services EVV page

Colorado

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date:  January 1, 2020   |   Aggregator: Sandata

Colorado plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing EVV page

Connecticut

EVV Model: Closed   |   Target Date: January 1, 2020   |   Aggregator: Sandata

Connecticut plans to implement a Closed Model.

In a Closed Model, the state Medicaid program contracts with a single EVV vendor and mandates that all provider agencies use that vendor’s EVV system. 

A pilot began in October 2018 for a group of 25 employers. They are being trained to use all facets of the portal that will be made available to all Consumer Direct program participants, including the methods of visit time capture and using the EVV portal to approve timesheets. Once the pilot is complete, a survey will be issued to assess the results.

After the pilot, training will be rolled out to all Consumer Direct program participants in small groups with the goal of full implementation by the federally mandated implementation date of January 1, 2020.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of the January 2020 deadline.

Connecticut Department of Social Services EVV page

Delaware

EVV Model: To be determined   |   Target Date: To be determined

Delaware is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system.

ClearCare is tracking Delaware's progress. If you have any information, please contact us.

Delaware Medicaid & Medical Assistance Public Information page

Florida

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date:  Phased rollout began December 1, 2018   |   Aggregators: Tellus, HHAeXchange

Florida is implementing an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Florida Agency for Health Care Administration EVV page

Georgia

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: January 1, 2020   |   Aggregator: To be determined

As of October 2018, Georgia plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Georgia Medicaid EVV page

Hawaii

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: October 2019   |   Aggregator: To be determined

Hawaii plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Hawaii Department of Human Services EVV page

Idaho

EVV Model: To be determined    |   Target Date: July 2020

Idaho is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system.

ClearCare is tracking Idaho's progress. If you have any information, please contact us.

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare EVV page

Illinois

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: January 1, 2020   |   Aggregator: To be determined

Illinois plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Illinois Department of Human Services EVV page

Indiana

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: January 1, 2020   |   Aggregator: Sandata

Indiana will implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Indiana Medicaid EVV page

Iowa

EVV Model: To be determined   |   Target Date: January 1, 2020   |   Aggregator: To be determined

Iowa is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system.

ClearCare is tracking Iowa's progress. If you have any information, please contact us.

Iowa Department of Human Services EVV Resource Center

Kansas

EVV Model: Closed   |   Implemented   |   Aggregator: AuthentiCare®

Kansas has implemented a Closed Model.

In a Closed Model, the state Medicaid program contracts with a single EVV vendor and mandates that all provider agencies use that vendor’s EVV system.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of the January 2020 deadline.

Kansas Department of Health and Environment web site

Kentucky

EVV Mode: To be determined    |   Target Date:   To be determined   |   Aggregator:   To be determined

Kentucky is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system.

ClearCare is tracking Kentucky's progress. If you have any information, please contact us.

Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Medicaid Services web site

Louisiana

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: January 1, 2019   |   Aggregator: LaSRS

Louisiana plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Louisiana Department of Health EVV page

Maine

EVV Model: To be determined  |   Target Date: To be determined   |   Aggregator: To be determined

Maine is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system.

ClearCare is tracking Maine's progress. If you have any information, please contact us.

Maine Department of Health and Human Services EVV page

Maryland

EVV Model: To be determined   |   Target Date: To be determined   |   Aggregator: To be determined

Maryland is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system.

ClearCare is tracking Maryland's progress. If you have any information, please contact us.

Maryland Department of Health Medicaid web site

Massachusetts

Massachusetts is currently developing its MyTimesheet EVV system.

ClearCare is tracking Massachusetts' progress and working to understand the integration requirements. If you have any information, please contact us.

Michigan

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: To be determined   |   Aggregator: To be determined

Michigan plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Michigan Department of Health & Human Services EVV page

Minnesota

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: To be determined   |   Aggregator: To be determined

Minnesota plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Minnesota Department of Human Services web site

Mississippi

EVV Model: To be determined   |   Target Date: To be determined   |   Aggregator: To be determined

Mississippi is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system.

ClearCare is tracking Mississippi's progress and working to understand the integration requirements.  If you have any information, please contact us.

Mississippi Division of Medicaid web site

Missouri

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date:  January 1, 2020 |   Aggregator: To be determined

Missouri plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Missouri Department of Social Services EVV page

Montana

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: To be determined   |   Aggregator: To be determined

Montana plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Healthcare Programs web site

Nebraska

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: January 1, 2020   |   Aggregator: To be determined

Nebraska plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services EVV page

Nevada

EVV Model: Closed   |   Target Date: August 1, 2019  |   Mandated System: AuthentiCare®

Nevada has chosen AuthentiCare as its EVV aggregation vendor.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of their August 1, 2019 target go-live date.

Nevada Department of Health and Human Services EVV page

New Hampshire

EVV Model: To be determined   |   Target Date: To be determined   |   Aggregator: To be determined

New Hampshire is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system. If you have any information, please contact us.

New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services web site

New Jersey

EVV Model: To be determined   |   Target Date: To be determined   |   Aggregator: To be determined

New Jersey is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system.

ClearCare is tracking New Jersey's progress. If you have any information, please contact us.

New Jersey Department of Human Services Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services provider web site

New Mexico

EVV Model: Closed  |  Target Date: To be determined   |  Aggregator: To be determined

New Mexico has chosen AuthentiCare as its EVV aggregation vendor.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of the January 2020 deadline.

New York

EVV Model: Provider Choice   |   Implemented: January 2019

New York implemented a Provider Choice Model.

In a Provider Choice Model, states set requirements and standards for EVV vendors. Providers select an EVV vendor of choice that meets those requirements.

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New York Office of the Medicaid Inspector General Home Health Provider Verification Organizations page

North Carolina

EVV Model: Open   |   Target Date: June 1, 2019    |   Aggregator: NC HealthConnex

North Carolina plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

Providers of Medicaid and state-funded services must connect to NC HealthConnex by June 1, 2019.

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NC Health Information Exchange Authority Information Technology

North Dakota

EVV Model: To be determined   |   Target Date: To be determined   |   Aggregator: To be determined

North Dakota is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system.

ClearCare is tracking North Dakota's progress.  If you have any information, please contact us.

North Dakota Department of Human Services Providers page

Ohio

EVV Model: Open   |   Implemented: July 2018 (Phase One mandatory compliance)   |   Aggregator: Sandata

Ohio has begun implementing an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

Phase 1 included state plan home health nursing and aide services, private duty nursing, RN assessment, and Ohio Home Care Waiver nursing, aide and home care attendant services.

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Ohio Department of Medicaid EVV page

Oklahoma

EVV Model: Closed   |   Implemented: 2015

Oklahoma implemented a Closed Model in 2015.

In a Closed Model, the state Medicaid program contracts with a single EVV vendor and mandates that all provider agencies use that vendor’s EVV system.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of the January 2020 deadline.

Oregon

EVV Model:  To be determined |  Implementation: Limited pilot in progress  |  Aggregator: eXPRS

Much of the work for an EVV system is already part of eXPRS. Oregon is currently conducting a limited pilot of the eXPRS system. The Office of Developmental Disabilities Services plans to build upon what eXPRS already has in place to meet the federal requirement.

Oregon Department of Human Services EVV page

Pennsylvania

EVV Model: Open  |  Implemented: January 1, 2019  |  Aggregator: HHAeXchange

Pennsylvania has begun implementing an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS) is using the existing PROMISe fiscal agent contract with DXC to comply with the federal requirement for EVV. This system receives information from existing EVV systems being used by providers and will provide EVV for PCS providers who do not have their own system.

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ClearCare is integrated with HHAeXchange. You may continue to use ClearCare as your agency management system.

Pennsylvania DHS EVV page

Rhode Island

EVV Model: Closed  |  Implemented: 2016  |  Aggregator: Sandata

As of 2016, Rhode Island has implemented a Closed Model. In a Closed Model, the state Medicaid program contracts with a single EVV vendor and mandates that all provider agencies use that vendor’s EVV system.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of the January 2020 deadline.

Rhode Island Executive Office of Health & Human Services EVV page

South Carolina

EVV Model: Closed  |  Target Date:  To be determined  |  Aggregator: To be determined

South Carolina plans to implement a Closed Model.

In a Closed Model, the state Medicaid program contracts with a single EVV vendor and mandates that all provider agencies use that vendor’s EVV system.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of the January 2020 deadline.

South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Medicaid provider web site

South Dakota

EVV Model: Closed  |  Target Date: January 1, 2020  |  Aggregator: Therap

South Dakota plans to implement a Closed Model.

In a Closed Model, the state Medicaid program contracts with a single EVV vendor and mandates that all provider agencies use that vendor’s EVV system.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of the January 2020 deadline.

South Dakota Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) Question and Answer (June 2018)

Tennessee

EVV Model: Closed  |  Target date: To be determined 

Tennessee has implemented a Closed Model.

In a Closed Model, the state Medicaid program contracts with a single EVV vendor and mandates that all provider agencies use that vendor’s EVV system.

Currently, MCO's select and manage the EVV vendors. This will be changing in 2019 when Tennessee implements a new EVV system.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of the January 2020 deadline.

Tennessee Division of TennCare provider web site

Texas

EVV Model: Closed  |  Implemented  |  Aggregator: Vesta EVV

Texas has implemented a Closed Model.

In a Closed Model, the state Medicaid program contracts with a single EVV vendor and mandates that all provider agencies use that vendor’s EVV system.

Texas requires providers to use the Vesta EVV system.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of the January 2020 deadline.

Texas Health and Human Services EVV page

Utah

EVV Model: Open  |  Target Date: To be determined   |  Aggregators: Vesta EVV, MEDsys Software Solutions

Utah plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Utah Medicaid web site

Vermont

EVV Model: Open  |  Target Date: To be determined  |  Aggregator: To be determined

Vermont plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Department of Vermont Health Access Agency of Human Services provider web site

Virginia

EVV Model: Open  |  Target Date: To be determined  | Aggregator: To be determined

Virginia plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Washington

EVV Model: Open  |  Target Date: To be determined  |  Aggregator: To be determined

Washington plans to implement an Open Model.

In an Open Model, Providers and MCOs choose a system that best suits their operation. States first establish their EVV technology and configuration requirements, rules, and policies. They then purchase an “aggregator system,” which is a vendor-agnostic system that takes in data from all EVV systems.

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Washington State Department of Social and Health Services EVV page

West Virginia

EVV Model: To be determined  |  Target Date: To be determined  |  Aggregator: To be determined

West Virginia plans to contract with a single EVV vendor. The model involves the State procuring, funding, selecting and implementing an EVV solution of their choice and managing the concerns and complaints from providers.

ClearCare is tracking West Virginia's progress. If you have any information, please contact us.

West Virginia Bureau for Medical Services EVV page

Wisconsin

EVV Model: Closed  |  Target Date: January 1, 2020  | Mandated System: Sandata

In November 2018, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) announced that its current Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) fiscal agent, DXC Technology, selected Sandata Technologies as the electronic visit verification (EVV) vendor. Additionally, DHS is considering the use of Sandata’s aggregator technology.

ClearCare is currently working to understand and meet the requirements in advance of the January 2020 deadline.

Wisconsin DHS EVV page

Wyoming

EVV Model: To be determined  |  Target Date: To be determined  |  Aggregator: To be determined

Wyoming is currently evaluating its options and developing its EVV system.

ClearCare is tracking Wyoming's progress. If you have any information, please contact us.

Wyoming Department of Health EVV page

Questions about EVV? Have an update about your state? Let us know!

Information about EVV is continually changing. We're keeping this page up to date but if you have any updates about your state that aren't listed here, please let us know! If you have any questions about EVV or how ClearCare can help you prepare, please contact us.

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