Impact of Electronic Visit Verification on End Users and their Families
NCIL is Documenting the Impact of Electronic Visit Verification in the United States
The 21st Century Cures Act, passed into law December 2016, includes a provision requiring all states to implement Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) systems for home health care services and personal care services paid by Medicaid. Each state must have some form of EVV in use by January 1, 2020.
States are required to: ensure a robust stakeholder engagement process with consumers and independent providers of home care services; follow best practice guidelines; and ensure training is provided on use of EVV systems.
The intent and purpose of this survey is to collect information from end users of EVV systems (consumers and their home care providers) regarding their experience participating in their state’s EVV selection process and use of EVV on a regular basis. Please include as much information as you are willing to provide.
The information you provide will remain confidential and only used as aggregate data. In instances where individual stories are used as examples, all identifying information shall remain anonymous. Your information will never be sold to another party.
My home zip code** is
**Your location is used for the purpose of identifying Congressional District representatives. In instances where individual stories are used as examples, all identifying information shall remain anonymous. Your information will never be sold to another party.
I am a(n):
Client with a traditional home health care agency
Consumer / employer under self-direction
Independent provider or personal care assistant to disabled client(s)
Provider with a home health care agency
Designated representative, spouse or parent of a disabled individuals receiving services
Individual that lives with a consumer, but I do not provide or oversee services
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