What you need to know about Electronic Visit Verification

4/12/2017 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM Eastern Standard Time

Presenter: Diane Link, RN, MHA Managing Partner/COO, Curaport

The homecare industry is in a constant state of change and regulation.  With increased regulation from payers and policy alike, home care providers are subject to much greater levels of scrutiny.  The ability for providers to demonstrate that their caregivers and clinicians are performing the visits that were ordered is one such area of focus.  Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) is the mechanism by which these providers are ensuring that their patients are receiving the necessary care when they need it. 

In this FREE webinar, sponsored by CellTrak, Darby Anderson of Addus HomeCare will provide education on Electronic Visit Verification.  This will be a holistic view of where EVV came from, where it is , and where it is going in the Homecare landscape.


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When: 4/12/2017

Time: 1:00 PM EST

Duration: 01:15:00 minutes

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In December 2016, President Obama signed the 21st Century Cures Act. The act itself covers a variety of topics – and notably requires states to implement electronic visit verification (EVV) for Medicaid Personal Care services and Home Health Care Services.  EVV offers many benefits to agencies and care providers, and choosing the right solution can lead to improved operating efficiency, caregiver communication, quality of care, and client satisfaction. After this webinar, you’ll walk away with information about:

  • Why the 21st Century Cures Act is so important to home care agencies 
  • What is EVV and different EVV options 
  • The pros and cons of the various options 
  • Compliance challenges for multi-state providers
  • Why an open standard is important 
  • What you can do to influence an open standard 
  • Why going beyond the simple proof of visit can do more for your agency

About the Sponsor - CellTrak

People receive exceptional health care in their home or community when their care providers use CellTrak’s Care Delivery Management solution. CellTrak is the clear leader in its category, growing rapidly, and continually bringing new innovations to home health, home hospice, home care, and community care agencies, to health systems and other pre-and post-acute providers, and to payers in the US, Canada, and the UK. With CellTrak, agencies deliver higher quality care, communicate more effectively, improve compliance, reduce costs, and increase productivity. 

Today, CellTrak’s complete, integrated software-as-a-service solution is used in 4,000 provider locations to support one million visits per week, facilitating care delivery and real-time Field Force Management, automating data collection, and providing information for business and care optimization. It includes apps for all types of caregivers that run on the leading mobile devices; telephony/IVR; portals for efficient, coordinated care delivery by a distributed workforce; interfaces to EHRs and back office systems; and services to support adoption and optimization.


About the Educator – Darby Anderson, Chief Development Officer, Addus HomeCare

Mr. Anderson is in his twentieth year developing In-Home Personal Care business for Addus which operates in 24 states, through 114 locations and serves over 34,000 consumers. Mr. Anderson has twenty-five years of experience in operations and business development of home care and home health services.

Prior to working for Addus, Darby was Director of Marketing for a regional provider of in-home personal care and prior to that was Assistant Administrator for a Chicago based Medicare Certified Home Health Agency. In his twenty five years in the home care space Mr. Anderson has run operations today in excess of $400M in annual revenue, has led or otherwise been involved in over 30 transactions and has been appointed or elected to board and advisory committee positions in multiple states through state administrations or trade associations, including currently serving as Vice Chairman of the Medicaid Partnership for Home Based Care.  


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